Re: Psychological Constuct Software

Gwyneth Cheeseman (
Wed, 17 Aug 1994 06:11:13 +0100 (BST)

Try Gridcor, available from Guillem Feixas at Barcelona University. Based
in correspondence analysis, a rather different view of how elements and
constructs should be compared, but easy to run on a PC and yielding useful
Focus clusters, trees and charts of principle components as well as a
range of cognitive measures, intensity and extremity scores,
self-ideal-other correlations, etc.

I am not recommending e-mailing him as he doesn't seem to pick it up, but
you might try telephoning him if someone knows his number

Gwyneth Cheeseman
University of Reading

On Tue, 16 Aug 1994 wrote:

> On 16th August, the ReGrid II was recommended. I wish to explore whether similar
> package can be found for the IBM compatable rather than the Mckinstosh system. I
> am going to use it for principal component analysis for 12 interviews with 8
> elements for explicating the perception of cross cultural differences. Grateful
> for advice.
> E-mail: IN%"APUN.OISE.ON.CA"
> Aaron