"... for only by varied iteration can alien conceptions be
forced on reluctant minds."
Herbert Spencer, in the preface to The Data of Ethics, 1881. Courtesy of Lise DeShea
Comparison of Rasch item estimates by Mark Stone & Futoshi Yumoto, 2002. Presented at COMET, Chicago, Feb. 2003. An article and description are forthcoming.
Jürgen Rost's "hierarchy of generalized Rasch models" from "The growing family of Rasch models" (Chapter 2 in "Essays on Item Response Theory", A. Boomsma et al. (Eds.), New York: Springer. 2000). "Ordinal RM" includes dichotomous, rating scale, and partial credit models. "Linear logistic RM" includes many-facet models. The SALTUS model is a "mixed LLTM" model. "Multidimensional RM" would include Georg Rasch's own "generalization to the case of more responses than one" in "An Individual-Centered Approach to Item Analysis with Two Categories of Answers" (1964).
Soccer Referee Skill Importance map constructed using measures in "CriLT Project Publications: Elite Refereeing - Soccer Specific" (n.d.) by Scott Dickson, University of New England, Armidale, Australia.
Quotes and Graphs: RMT 16:4 #133; Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2003, 16:4 p.894ff.
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