Re: A stats question

Richard Bell (
Tue, 23 Jun 1998 10:59:20 +1000


Clustering a large number of grids will not necessarily move your data
analysis forward much, since you will then have a large number of cluster
diagrams instead of a large number of grids. However if that's what you
want to do then using a statistical package like SPSS is the easiest way to
do it. You might otherwise be interested in the Australasian PCP conference
in Brisbane in early July where there will be a few people you can talk to
about this sort of problem.

Richard Bell

At 15:18 15/06/98 +1000, you wrote:
>I have a very basic stats question that I would appreciate some critical
>evaluative comments on...
>Has anyone used SOCIOGRID for cluster analysis of a large number (50-100) of
>repertory grids? Is it the best/easiest to use programme that is available?
>Where can I find it and what might the costs be?
>Thanks, in anticipation,
>Sharon Mickan
>Occupational Therapist
>Phd Student
>Department of Occupational Therapy
>University of Queensland
>St Lucia 4072
>Ph: 3365 3456