An Analysis of Rank Ordered Data
AbstractMany methods are available to analyze rank ordered data. We used a spectral density method to analyze Formosan subterranean termite control options ranked by Louisiana homeowners. Respondents are asked to rank termite control options from the most preferred to the least preferred option. Spectral analysis results indicated that the most preferred termite control choice is a relatively cheap ($0.13 per square foot) option of liquid treatment.
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FST; rank ordered data; spectral analysis; Research Methods/ Statistical Methods;
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