Techniques For Standardizing Raw Scores

Sebastian Sauer shows a few techniques you can use to translate raw scores into standardized scores in R:

A common undertaking in applied research settings such as in some areas of psychology is to convert a raw score into some type of standardized score such as z-scores.

This post shows a way how to accomplish that.

Read on for three techniques.

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