Nick BrownFrom here: impostortest.nickol.as
It seems to me that the first and last answers would be better if the middle ones were "to a small/medium/large degree". Or first and last could become "Never" and "Always".
Let’s get psychometric and learn a range of ways to compute the internal consistency of a test or questionnaire in R. We’ll be covering: Average inter-item correlation Average item-total correlation Cronbach’s alpha Split-half reliability...
Nick BrownWhen reporting item-total correlations for checking scale reliability, should I include the item in the total or not? SPSS reliability/alpha has a table with "Corrected ITC" (item not in total), but the R code here r-bloggers.com/five-ways-to-c… included the item in the total.
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Nick BrownJust received a new (non-spam!) comment on a 12-year-old blog post from my past life as "the computer guy". Not only did I not remember writing the post when I re-read it, I struggled to understand it...
The statistic gives the number of passengers boarded on American Airlines' flights from the fiscal year of 2014 to the fiscal year of 2018.
Nick BrownAmerican Airlines flies about 200 million passengers per year. statista.com/statistics/603…
$40,000 is .02 cents per passenger. That's not $.02, it's $.0002. That does indeed seem like the likely incremental cost of an olive on a salad. /2