Gridsampler – A Simulation Tool to Determine the Required Sample Size for Repertory Grid Studies

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Mark Heckmann; Lukas Burk;
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press
  • Journal: Journal of Open Research Software (issn: 2049-9647, eissn: 2049-9647)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5334/jors.150
  • Subject: psychology, psychological methods | R | content analysis | simulation | Computer software | repertory grid; content analysis; sample size; simulation; R | sample size | QA76.75-76.765 | repertory grid

The repertory grid is a psychological data collection technique that is used to elicit qualitative data in the form of attributes as well as quantitative ratings. A common approach for evaluating multiple repertory grid data is sorting the elicited bipolar attributes (s... View more
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