MEHR’s – HR Essentials Series 9

MEHR’s – HR Essentials Series 9

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Top 5 Psychometric Software:

  • CITAS: Free Excel workbook designed to provide scoring and statistical analysis of classroom tests.
  • jMetrik: Software for conducting classical item analysis, differential item functioning (DIF) analysis and IRT
  • Iteman: Commercial program producing rich text (RTF) reports with graphics
  • ViSta-CITA: Module that focuses on graphical-oriented methods
  • Psych: Consists of a number of routines for Item Response Theory done using factor analysis

Prepared and edited by MEHR Research team using best sources from nearly 60 websites, surveys and e-books.     

               

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Top 5 Psychometric Software:

  • CITAS: CITAS (Classical Item and Test Analysis Spreadsheet) is a free Excel workbook designed to provide scoring and statistical analysis of classroom tests. Item responses (ABCD) and keys are typed or pasted into the workbook, and the output automatically populates; unlike other programs, CITAS does not require any “running” or experience in psychometric analysis.
  • jMetrik: It is a free and open source software for conducting a comprehensive psychometric analysis. It was developed by J. Patrick Meyer at the University of Virginia. Current methods include classical item analysis, differential item functioning (DIF) analysis, confirmatory factor analysis and IRT.
  • Iteman: Iteman is a commercial program specifically designed for classical test analysis, producing rich text (RTF) reports with graphics, narratives, and embedded tables. It calculates typical descriptive statistics, including the mean, standard deviation, reliability, and standard error of measurement, for each domain and the overall tests. It is only available from Assessment Systems Corporation.
  • ViSta-CITA: ViSta-CITA (Classical Item and Test Analysis) is a module included in the Visual Statistics System (ViSta) that focuses on graphical-oriented methods applied to psychometric analysis. It was developed by Ruben Ledesma, J. Gabriel Molina, Pedro M. Valero-Mora, and Forrest W. Young.
  • Psych: Consists of a number of routines for personality, psychometrics and experimental psychology. Functions are primarily for scale construction using factor analysis, cluster analysis and reliability analysis, although others provide basic descriptive statistics. Item Response Theory is done using factor analysis

Prepared and edited by MEHR Research team using best sources from nearly 60 websites, surveys and e-books.             

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