StatsMiniBlog: Rasch Analysis

Yes. You’re right. I have spelt ‘rash’ wrongly and yes, there are many very very bad puns which can come from this title. But you may have seen, occasionally, Rasch analysis as a thing on scientific paper and wondered ‘Why have they spelled rash wrong?’ Rasch analysis is a way of creating a properly scaled measurement from […]

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StatsMiniBlog: Factor Analysis

It’s another one of those things that you’ll see in a paper, often followed by the word “eigenvalue” and shudder, perhaps externally as well as internally. The’ll be a follow-up of ‘structure’ or the like after that, often fancifully named as different domains. The easiest (!) way to think of how it works is to […]

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