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Hierarchical Linkage Analysis for the Isolation of Types

Hierarchical Linkage Analysis for the Isolation of Types EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT VOL. No. 1960 XX, 1, HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE LINKAGE ISOLATION OF TYPES LOUIS L. McQUITTY State Michigan University ELEMENTARY is a linkage analysis (McQuitty, 1957b) rapid method for the isolation of but it results in a first-level types, classification the on only. Agreement analysis (McQuitty, 1956), other classifies into successive levels such as hand, species, genera, but it has the of families, etc., disadvantage being prohibitively laborious if and on other than a small performed by pencil paper matrices electronic and even then an matrix; large require computer the are laborious. analyses relatively which have classified Typological studies, subjects objectively into on the basis of of indicate that types responses, major patterns there are and that sets of data are many psychological types large essential to isolate them 1957a). (McQuitty, A method of which would enable to analysis investigators analyze matrices into hierarchical as illustrated in Chart is large types, 1, needed. This and illustrates such a method. It can paper develops and on even matrices. be performed by pencil paper relatively large Definitions Hierarchical is an elaboration of linkage analysis elementary Both methods start with tables of interassociation linkage analysis. such as a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Educational and Psychological Measurement SAGE

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0013-1644
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1552-3888
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10.1177/001316446002000106
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Abstract

EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT VOL. No. 1960 XX, 1, HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE LINKAGE ISOLATION OF TYPES LOUIS L. McQUITTY State Michigan University ELEMENTARY is a linkage analysis (McQuitty, 1957b) rapid method for the isolation of but it results in a first-level types, classification the on only. Agreement analysis (McQuitty, 1956), other classifies into successive levels such as hand, species, genera, but it has the of families, etc., disadvantage being prohibitively laborious if and on other than a small performed by pencil paper matrices electronic and even then an matrix; large require computer the are laborious. analyses relatively which have classified Typological studies, subjects objectively into on the basis of of indicate that types responses, major patterns there are and that sets of data are many psychological types large essential to isolate them 1957a). (McQuitty, A method of which would enable to analysis investigators analyze matrices into hierarchical as illustrated in Chart is large types, 1, needed. This and illustrates such a method. It can paper develops and on even matrices. be performed by pencil paper relatively large Definitions Hierarchical is an elaboration of linkage analysis elementary Both methods start with tables of interassociation linkage analysis. such as a

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Educational and Psychological MeasurementSAGE

Published: Apr 1, 1960

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