[Rasch] WINSTEP or FACETS for Speaking Rating scales
mohamad_imanian at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 26 05:47:41 EST 2012
Dear professor Stone,
Dear Professor Fisher,
I got the point. Thanks a million for your help.
Kashmar Payameh Noor University
> From: Patrick B. Fisher <pfisher at SportsMeasures.com>
>To: rasch at acer.edu.au
>Sent: Monday, June 25, 2012 9:19 PM
>Subject: Re: [Rasch] WINSTEP or FACETS for Speaking Rating scales
>Winsteps is for two facets: person and items.
>Facets is for three or more facets: persons, items and judges
>Many people have both Facets and Winsteps, however since Facets
can analyze two facet data as well as multi-faceted data, I use
Facets for every analysis.
>Patrick B. Fisher
>On 6/25/2012 12:10 PM, Mohamad Imanian wrote:
>>As I have communicated with the group before, rating scales can be validated by WINSTEP and I have bought the software. Today I encountered a study which used FACETS for validating a speaking rating scale. To give you a preview of the problem
>>I have a rating scale with seven rating criteria. 5 Judges assess the performnce of the students in the speaking test.
>>My big question is why some people use FACETS not WINSTEPS although the Winsteps.com (homepage)has suggested WINSTEP for rating scales? It seems I have to sell my WINSTEP and buy a FACET. Right?
>>Kashmar Payameh Noor University
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