[R] Primer for working with survey data in R
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Sat Nov 11 23:00:18 CET 2017
Dunno. But ...
1. Web Search (eg on "Survey tutorials using R" and similar)
2. R's survey package, which includes vignettes.
3. CRAN Task View: https://cran.r-project.org/web/views/SocialSciences.html
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On Sat, Nov 11, 2017 at 11:56 AM, Kevin Taylor <kevin683 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am taking a behavioral stats graduate class and the instructor is using
> SPSS. I'm trying to follow along in R.
> Recently in class we started working with scales and survey data, computing
> Cronbach's Alpha, reversing values for reverse coded items, etc.
> Also, SPSS has some built in functionality for entering the meta-data for
> your survey, e.g. the possible values for items, the text of the question,
> I haven't been able to find any survey guidance for R other than how to run
> the actual calculations (Cronbach's, reversing values).
> Are there tutorials, books, or other primers, that would guide a newbie
> step by step through using R for working with survey data? It would be
> helpful to see how others are doing these things. (Not just how to run the
> mathematical operations but how to work with and manage the data.) Possibly
> this would be in conjunction with some packages such as Likert or Scales.
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