M1 is a matrix of dimension 69 x 4 containing 69 trapezoidal fuzzy rating responses, each of which is characterized by its four values
inf0,inf1,sup1,sup0. The data correspond to the well-known questionnaire TIMSS-PIRLS2011. This questionnaire was adapted to allow a double-type response, namely, the original Likert and a fuzzy rating scale-based (to simplify, trapezoidal). The questionnaire was conducted on 69 fourth grade students from Colegio San Ignacio (Oviedo-Asturias, Spain). Trapezoidal fuzzy rating responses to the Question M1 "I like mathematics" are collected in this dataset.
A matrix of dimension 69 x 4 containing 69 trapezoidal fuzzy rating responses, each of which is characterized by its four values
The complete dataset can be found in http://bellman.ciencias.uniovi.es/SMIRE/FuzzyRatingScaleQuestionnaire-SanIgnacio.html
 Gil, M.A.; Lubiano, M.A.; De la Rosa de Saa, S.; Sinova, B.: Analyzing data from a fuzzy rating scale-based questionnaire. A case study, Psicothema 27(2), pp. 182-191 (2015)
 Lubiano, M.A.; De la Rosa de Saa, S.; Montenegro, M.; Sinova, B.; Gil, M.A.: Descriptive analysis of responses to items in questionnaires. Why not a fuzzy rating scale?, Information Sciences 360, pp. 131-148 (2016)
 Lubiano, M.A.; Montenegro, M.; Sinova, B.; De la Rosa de Saa, S.; Gil, M.A.: Hypothesis testing for means in connection with fuzzy rating scale-based data: algorithms and applications, European Journal of Operational Research 251, pp. 918-929 (2016)
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