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    Title: 複選題的分析方法-CMH統計量的一個應用
    Authors: 江振東
    Keywords: 複選題;CMH統計量
    Check That All Apply questions;CMH statistic
    Date: 2005-12
    Issue Date: 2008-12-19 14:48:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 複選式的問題常常出現在問卷調查中,然而就統計分析的層面而言,卻似乎都只有侷限在敘述性統計的層次,並未深入作進一步的探討分析。統計套裝軟體的複選題選單中僅提供簡單次數性分析,就是一個典型的例子。然而複選題並非無法分析,其實在類別資料分析的相關文獻和書籍中已經提供了許多具體可行的分析方式,本文將說明如何利用CMH統計量來分析廣義複選題的問題。
    Although "Check All That Apply" questions are frequently seen in a questionnaire, the related analyses never seem to go beyond the stage of basic summary statistics. Does this mean that these types of questions are too difficult to analyze? The answer is certainly NO. Textbooks on categorical data analysis actually provide many useful techniques that are worthy of attention. Among them, CMH statistic might be the easiest one to use. We demonstrate how to apply the statistic to analyze 'Check All That Apply' questions in this study.
    Relation: 智慧科技與應用統計學報, 3(2), 77-94
    Data Type: article
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