Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2007 07:38:22 -0700
Reply-To: Bill McKirgan <Bill.McKirgan@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Bill McKirgan <Bill.McKirgan@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: can u help me ?
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I think you'd be better served asking your question at the SPSS
It's not as active, but folks over there are just as helpful IMO.
On Aug 21, 8:22 am, itaalem...@gmail.com wrote:
> I have a little problem of interpret data. I want to group my objects
> into cluster. The matter is I don't know what type of data I have.
> I have some data in percentage which I group into interval very high
> (4), high (3), medium (2), and low (1).
> So, what type of data is it? Interval, or ordinal?
> Some of my data are interval. So I have variables in interval and in
> I use SPSS to solve it ( I don't know how to use other programs except
> Can I really use that type of data to group my object by using SPSS?
> What method shall I use to overcome this kind of problem? Should I
> standardize all variables first?
> Thanks in advance