Psych 208A: Proseminar on
Data Analysis & Visualization

Professor Forrest Young

Readings

  1. Truth and Consequences (Aug 24)
  2. Gardiner, M (19??) The Imaginableness of Imaginary Numbers. Scientific American, 18-24.

  3. New Directions in Psychometrics (Aug 28)
  4. Young, F.W. (1996) New Directions in Psychometrics Overheads for a presentation to the Psychometric Society,

  5. Data Theory (Aug 31)
  6. Jacoby, W.G. (1991) Data Theory and Dimensional Analysis. Sage University Paper # 78 pp. 1-26.

  7. Multidimensional Scaling (Sep 2)
  8. Young, F.W. (1985) Multidimensional Scaling. In: Kotz &Johnson "Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences", V. 5, pp 649-658. Wiley & Sons.

  9. Optimal Scaling (Sep 4)
  10. Perreault, W.D. & Young, F.W. (1980) Alternating Least Squares Optimal Scaling: Analysis of Nonmetric Data in Marketing Research. J. Marketing Research. V. 17. pp.1-13.

    Young, F.W. (1984) Scaling. Annual Review of Psychololgy. V. 35. pp. 55-81. Annual Reviews, Inc.

  11. Statistical Visualization (Sep 7)
  12. Young, F.W. (1989) Visualizing Six-Dimensional Structure with Dynamic Statistical Graphics. Chance 2(1) pp 22-30.

    Young, F.W. & Rheingans, P. (1991) Visualizing Structure in High-Dimensional Multivariate Data. IBM J. Res. & Devel. Vol 35 (1/2) Jan/March 1991. pp. 97-107.

  13. Visual Statistics (Sep 11 & 14)
  14. Young, F.W. (1996) ViSta - The Visual Statistics System. Psychometric Laboratory Research Memorandum 94-1(c).