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00). Inter-Judge Differences It is also possible to analyze the distances or dissimilarities between the judges. The differences are found by pairing all the k objects, for each judge, and recording a 1 if a pair is in the same group and a 0 otherwise. The judges' vectors are compared two at a time and the sum of the absolute value of the difference is determined. The calculation of the differences for specific judges K and L based on their group membership numbers (K membership numbers are 112123 and L numbers are 212121) is shown below: Judge ab 1 K 0 L ac ad ae af be 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 |d| Letter Pairs bd be bf 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 cd ce cf de df cf 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Z|d| = 6 The formulas for the mean and variance of the distribution of differences for k objects are: Dunn-Rankin & Wong (1980) wrote a computer program JUDGED to determine interjudge distances from the paired ratings of the k objects.
The data may also be handled as proportions (Torgerson, 1958). 32 PART 1: FOUNDATIONS Ratio Estimation Another method of estimating similarities is ratio estimation (Ekman, 1963). " Suppose, for example, the letters O, b, and 1 are used as stimuli. Judges are then asked, "Graphically, how much of O is contained in b, how much of 1 is in b, " and so on. The ratios are as follows: o in b, b in o, o in 1, 1 in o, b in 1, 1 in b. " Thus the judge estimated 90% of O was contained in b but only 40% of b was contained in O.
37 38 PART 1: FOUNDATIONS The raw score formula for r is as follows: The formula can be applied to an N by K (subjects by objects) set of raw data to generate a square K by K (object by object) symmetric matrix of correlations (R). ) Because information in a symmetric matrix is redundant, sometimes only the upper or lower triangle of entries is used. 33 . 42 . 74. 00 FIG. 1. An illustration of a raw data matrix producing a similarity matrix of correlations (r) between items. SAS Example of Calculating Correlations There are number of software packages that calculate correlations.