GRIDCOR: Correspondence Analysis for Grid Data
© by Drs. José Manuel
Cornejo and Guillem Feixas
- Friendly program for IBM/compatible personal computers running on
DOS. You only
need a few minutes to operate the program.
- It comes with the 80-page reference guide "A Manual for the Repertory
introduces you both to the rep grid and the GRIDCOR program.
- Ready to use even for newcomers!
- Grid data and labels are kept in text files produced either from GRIDCOR
or from your
preferred word processor.
- Automatic, and very fast, three-page printout with main analyses for
- Results can be either printed from GRIDCOR or saved on files to be edited
- Allows you to print on both dot matrix and injection/laser printers.
- Performs the following analyses on your grid data: correspondence analysis
analytic method with several advantages over principal component analysis,
in the Manual), two-way cluster analysis (focusing the grid), distance and
matrices for both elements and constructs, and conflict analysis.
- Calculates the following global grid measures: PVAFF (Percentage of Variance
Accounted by the First Factor), Intensity, Bieri's Cognitive Complexity,
Power (Landfield's Ordination), Extremity of ratings, Extremity bias, Rating
- Calculates the following measures for each construct and element:
contributions, Intensity, Discriminative power, and Extremity of ratings.
- Prints the following graphic displays: Dual diagrams for each axis or
factor, plotting of
any combination of two of the five axes or factors, cluster trees for both
constructs, and focused grid.
- All graphic displays are ready to use for the practitioner because they
- Interactive menu for displaying labels in the two-axes display.
- Spanish version RECORD is also available.
For more information, contact with: Guillem Feixas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Última actualización: 20 de junio de 1996