Individual differences, Advanced Statistics

Individual differences scaling is a form of multidimensional scaling applicable to the data comprising of a number of proximity matrices from the different sources that is different subjects. The method permits for individual differences in the perception of the stimuli by deriving weights for each subject which can be used to stretch or shrink dimensions of the recovered geometrical solution. 

 

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