Statistical Research and Analysis
You have an online assessment; you have collected a large amount of data…. What next?
There is very likely some hidden intelligence in the aggregate data and mining the data can reveal useful and interesting nuggets.
Some examples of the types of analyses that could be performed are:
- Identifying competencies (across the entire data set of participants) that are at the extreme – highest/lowest, least-used/most-used. What does this subset of competencies tell us?
- Investigating whether relationships exist between a participant’s scores and his/her demographics (age group, gender, organizational level).
- Generating norms, and incorporating the norms in the report.
- Assessing the assessment – identify weak items, compute scale reliabilities and factor structures
- Analyzing comments submitted by users to tease out themes not adequately captured by the ratings.
Our staff of organizational psychologists, programmers and statisticians
can help you identify what you can learn from your data.