NormPsy: Normalisation of Psychometric Tests
Version 1.0.5

Functions for normalizing psychometric test scores. The normalization aims at correcting the metrological properties of the psychometric tests such as the ceiling and floor effects and the curvilinearity (unequal interval scaling). Functions to compute and plot predictions in the natural scale of the psychometric test from the estimates of a linear mixed model estimated on the normalized scores are also provided.

AuthorCecile Proust-Lima, Viviane Philipps
Date of publication2017-03-23 20:57:51 UTC
MaintainerCecile Proust-Lima <cecile.proust-lima@inserm.fr>
LicenseGPL
Version1.0.5
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("NormPsy")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

ForInternalUse: For internal use only ...
normMMSE: Normalized scores for the Mini Mental State Examination...
NormPsy-package: Normalization of psychometric test scores
plot.predMMSE: Plot of predicted scores in the natural scale of the...
predictMMSE: Prediction of MMSE scores in their natural scale.
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

ForInternalUse: For internal use only ...
normMMSE: Normalized scores for the Mini Mental State Examination...
NormPsy-package: Normalization of psychometric test scores
plot.predMMSE: Plot of predicted scores in the natural scale of the...
predictMMSE: Prediction of MMSE scores in their natural scale.

Functions

C_backtransformation Man page
NormPsy Man page
NormPsy-package Man page
normMMSE Man page Source code
plot.predMMSE Man page Source code
predictMMSE Man page Source code

Files

src
src/Makevars.in
src/normpsy.h
src/backtransformation.f90
src/Makevars.win
src/init.c
NAMESPACE
R
R/predictMMSE.R
R/plot.predMMSE.R
R/normMMSE.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/ForInternalUse.Rd
man/plot.predMMSE.Rd
man/predictMMSE.Rd
man/NormPsy-package.Rd
man/normMMSE.Rd
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