Rasch analysis: Estimation and tests with raschtest
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- Hardouin, Jean-Benoit, 2007. "Rasch analysis: Estimation and tests with raschtest," Stata Journal, StataCorp LP, vol. 7(1), pages 1-23.
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Keywordsraschtest; Rasch model; generalized estimating equations; conditional maximum likelihood method; marginal maximum likelihood method; An- dersen Z test; van den Wollenberg Q1 test; R1c; R1m; fit tests; item response theory; U test; splitting test; item characteristics curves;
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