What’s all that factor analysis crap mean anyway? Part 1 of Several

My doctoral advisor, the late, great Dr. Eyman, used to  tell me that my psychometric theory lectures were, A light treatment of a very serious subject. Hmph. Well, with all due respect to a truly

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My doctoral advisor, the late, great Dr. Eyman, used to  tell me that my psychometric theory lectures were, A light treatment of a very serious subject. Hmph. Well, with all due respect to a truly

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How to succeed at everything

It all comes down to one word: Perseverance. Yesterday was the first time I got to read my dossier for the 40 women to watch over 40. In it was a quote from someone who

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It all comes down to one word: Perseverance. Yesterday was the first time I got to read my dossier for the 40 women to watch over 40. In it was a quote from someone who

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It’s good business to learn from people who suck: #42 of 55 things I’ve learned

Every time something annoys me, I take it as a learning experience. For example, Darling Daughter Number Three has been remiss at getting back to me lately, with the lament, “But I’m SO busy!” I

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Every time something annoys me, I take it as a learning experience. For example, Darling Daughter Number Three has been remiss at getting back to me lately, with the lament, “But I’m SO busy!” I

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Factor analyzing a correlation matrix is SO easy (I am not making this up)

When I first went to graduate school in the 1970s (yes, for my MBA, in 1978) , if one were to comment casually, “And then I factor-analyzed the correlation matrix to solve that problem.” Everyone

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When I first went to graduate school in the 1970s (yes, for my MBA, in 1978) , if one were to comment casually, “And then I factor-analyzed the correlation matrix to solve that problem.” Everyone

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Coding Tools to Make Life Easier

I was working on something for a client when The Invisible Developer walked into my office, looked over my shoulder at the code and said, “So, you’re a PHP programmer now?” I answered, “I’m a

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I was working on something for a client when The Invisible Developer walked into my office, looked over my shoulder at the code and said, “So, you’re a PHP programmer now?” I answered, “I’m a

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