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ERIC Number: ED057100
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Aug
Pages: 102
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Principles and Procedures of Multiple Matrix Sampling.
Shoemaker, David M.
Multiple matrix sampling is a psychometric procedure in which a set of test items is subdivided randomly into subtests of items with each subtest administered to different subgroups of examinees selected at random from the examinee population. Although each examinee receives only a proportion of the complete set of items, the statistical model employed permits the researcher to estimate the mean, variance and frequency distribution of test scores which would have been obtained by testing all examinees on all items. Contained herein is a detailed description of multiple matrix sampling. The topics covered range from an introductory discussion to the listing with expanded writeup of the computer program used to analyze the data. Throughout this Report an attempt has been made to keep the practitioner clearly in mind. (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Southwest Regional Educational Lab., Inglewood, CA.