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How to convert a scaled score to a T-score?
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Sun, 29 Nov 2015 14:50:26 GMTWhat is the formula for converting a scaled score (mean 10, SD 3) to a T-score (mean 50 SD 10)?

Maths, statistics, and life aren't my strong points.

Thanks!
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Sat, 28 Nov 2015 16:08:49 GMThi
i have a question here
suppose a test has 50 dichotomous items. the sum of the variances of the items is 7 and the variance of the total score...hi
i have a question here
suppose a test has 50 dichotomous items. the sum of the variances of the items is 7 and the variance of the total score is 49. what is the reliability of the test?
I am not sure how to calculate the reliability here. Probably using the KR-20? I don' know how to use the formula in this case
Thanks a bunch!
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Sat, 28 Nov 2015 14:47:52 GMTHi. I am currently reading a study using Granger causality analysis which unfortunately is far beyond my statistics introductory course. Even with...Hi. I am currently reading a study using Granger causality analysis which unfortunately is far beyond my statistics introductory course. Even with Google, I wasnt able to find out how to interpret the coefficients. Variables in the model are all standardized. The general method of moments is used to estimate all variables but i guess that does not change interpretation of coefficients. Does that mean that the coefficients are interpretable just like standardized coefficients in a multivariate regression? If any information necessary to answer the question is missing, please tell me.
Thank you very much in advance!
Rulerio
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