Management Measurement Scale As A Reference To Determine Interval In A Variable

Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM)

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Title Management Measurement Scale As A Reference To Determine Interval In A Variable
Management Measurement Scale As A Reference To Determine Interval In A Variable
 
Creator Aini, Qurotul
Zuliana, Siti Ria
Santoso, Nuke Puji Lestari
 
Description The scale is usually used to check and determine the value of a qualitative factor in quantitative measures. The measurement scale is a management in agreement that is used as a reference to determine the short length of the interval that is in the measuring instrument, so that the measuring instrument when used in measurements will produce quantitative data. The results of the scale management calculation must be interpreted carefully because in addition to producing a rough picture, the respondent's answers are not just straightforward to be trusted. Types of measurement scales: Likert scale, Guttman scale, semantic differential scale, rating scale, Thurstone scale, Borgadus scale, and various other measurement management scales. One of the most difficult jobs for information technology researchers faced with the necessity of measuring variables is: finding directions in the midst of many existing sizes. If there is a good size for a particular variable, it seems that there are not many reasons to compile a new size yourself.
Keywords: Scale, Measurement, Variables.
The scale is usually used to check and determine the value of a qualitative factor in quantitative measures. The measurement scale is a management in agreement that is used as a reference to determine the short length of the interval that is in the measuring instrument, so that the measuring instrument when used in measurements will produce quantitative data. The results of the scale management calculation must be interpreted carefully because in addition to producing a rough picture, the respondent's answers are not just straightforward to be trusted. Types of measurement scales: Likert scale, Guttman scale, semantic differential scale, rating scale, Thurstone scale, Borgadus scale, and various other measurement management scales. One of the most difficult jobs for information technology researchers faced with the necessity of measuring variables is: finding directions in the midst of many existing sizes. If there is a good size for a particular variable, it seems that there are not many reasons to compile a new size yourself.
Keywords: Scale, Measurement, Variables.
 
Publisher iLearning Journal Center (iJC)
 
Date 2018-01-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Artikel Peer-review
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ijc.ilearning.co/index.php/ATM/article/view/775
10.33050/atm.v2i1.775
 
Source Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM); Vol 2 No 1 (2018): ATM (APTISI Transactions on Management); 45-54
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM); Vol 2 No 1 (2018): ATM (APTISI Transactions on Management); 45-54
2622-6804
2622-6812
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://ijc.ilearning.co/index.php/ATM/article/view/775/160
 
Rights Hak Cipta (c) 2018 Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM)
 

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