Christian Schulz wrote:
> have got anybody some experience with fuzzy-tools and
> quantitative social-science Analysis ?
> I think "fuzzy" is a good aproach for questionaries in social-Science
> and marketing fields,
> because pepole can not exactly say i.e. what is very bad, bad, good and
> very good -
> but one problem is the use of ordinal-variables which are most scale
> 1-5 until 1-10 !!!
> Have got anybody experince or is interested to talk about that !
> I have got used i.e. "Nefclass" (NeuroFuzzyClassification-Java-Tool from
> Ulrike Nauck ) to classify Person's dependended from i.e. age, education
(Without any recommendation or other evaluation, because I havent yet
used it) I have just taken possession of:
Charles. C. Ragin
Fuzzy-Set Social Science
Chicago U. Press, 2000
Maybe worth a look.
-- Jonathan G Campbell, Computer Science, Queen's University Belfast, BT7 1NN Tel +44 (0)28 90 274623 email@example.com http://www.cs.qub.ac.uk/~J.Campbell/
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