[Rasch] 回复： Questions about Rasch
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Wed Dec 25 07:23:39 AEDT 2019
Thank you. All the replies have been very helpful. Merry Christmas to you all. Grace------------------ 原始邮件 ------------------
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发送时间: 2019年12月25日(星期三) 凌晨4:14
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主题: Re: [Rasch] Questions about Rasch
As to question 3 concerning small samples, a very preliminary report with a lot of room for improvement is available in:
Fisher, W. P., Jr., & Petry, P. (2016). Evaluation applications of instrument calibration research findings in psychology for very small samples. Journal of Physics Conference Series, 772(1), http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/772/1/012017.
On December 24, 2019 at 2:55 AM wife <2596011329 at qq.com> wrote:
Dear Rasch fans:
My name is Grace. I recently subscribed to Rasch listserv with an intent to learn more about Rasch.
I need help with two questions.
(1) Is there any R package or any compatible programs (non commerical ones) with R for estimating person parameters for the simple Rasch model or Rasch rating scale model?
I know eRm, but the outputs for the person parameters are presented in term of summed scores. I would like person parameter outputs to be presented in the order of person. For instance, if we have 100 examinees, the output yields the results for the 100 subjects.
(2) Can anyone tell me how to run such a program with R in batch mode?
(3) Can anyone recommend good articles on Rasch application in case of small sample?
(4) How may I have access to Rasch archive?
I am currently in China and the firewall blocked many foreign websites.
I would greatly appreciate if anyone can help.
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