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scalogram

(skā′lə-grăm′)
n.
A diagram displaying the results of a survey, designed to determine whether the items form a scale for measuring some particular factor.
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The scalogram is a measure of the energy distribution over time shift j and scaling factor i of the signal.
The aim of this study was to investigate the use of health structural indices by the scalogram technique in the Fars province and to determine the developed and deprived areas.
the instantaneous energy, mean and median frequencies, and bandwidth) based upon the use of spectrogram and scalogram, and compared their abilities in the detection and diagnosis of localized and wear gear failures [19].
Multiple scaling: the theory and application of partial order scalogram analysis.
A Partial Order Scalogram Analysis of criminal networks structures.
Estos perfiles se procesaron mediante el programa para computador Posac (Partial Ordering Scalogram Analysis, Shye, 1988), el cual toma como referencia el valor de las medias de calificaciones que asigno cada grupo de participantes a cada uno de los lugares.
Peck, "A Scalogram Analysis of the Supreme Court of Canada, 1958- 1967" in Schubert & Danelski, supra note 33, 293.
IRT makes more realistic assumptions than does a pure Guttman scalogram by incorporating stochastic error or randomness into the assessment of items, people, and measures (Lord, 1980; Rasch, 1980).
Identifying Social Support Patterns in Migrant Population, Trough Partial Order Scalogram Analysis by Base Coordinates
Articles address scalogram analysis, including the basis for analysis and points of statistical significance, summated rating methods, focusing on attitude scales, unfolding theory, including aspects of the metatheory of measurement, and related materials on constructing and improving measurements.
Os dados resultantes da classificacao livre foram analisados por uma Multidimensional Scalogram Analysis (MSA --Lingoes, 1968; Zvulun, 1978; e mais recentemente renomeada como Multidimensional Structuple Analysis--Borg & Shye, 1995), que comparou as categorias efetuadas por cada participante para cada fotografia, sem assumir qualquer nivel de similaridade sobre o significado das categorias com o mesmo numero.