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The “How-Awesome-Am-I” Scale

When it comes to survey scales, best practice is to provide response options that reflect the full range of potential response options and to ensure you offer a balance of positive and negative options. But I’m sure you’ve all come across survey questions where it seems the intent of the survey designer is to skew the data in their favour. READ MORE

Documentation and Data Preparation

How many times have you opened a dataset someone else has worked on and wondered “what happened here?!” For that matter, how many times have you opened your own dataset months after last working on it and forgotten how you cleaned your data? As you clean errors of transposition, copying, coding, routing, consistency, range, etc., it is vital you systematically document your progress.READ MORE