noun Etymology: 6scale + -o- + -gram Date: 1944 an arrangement of items (as problems on a test or features of speech) in ascending order so that the presence or accomplishment of an item at one level implies the presence of or the capability to accomplish items at all lower levels

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  • scalogram — ˈskāləˌgram noun Etymology: scale (VI) + o + gram : an arrangement of items (as of a psychological or sociological test) in ascending order of difficulty analysis by scalogram …   Useful english dictionary

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  • scalogram — sca·lo·gram …   English syllables

  • scalogram analysis — See Guttman scale …   Dictionary of sociology

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  • Musical instrument classification — At various times, and in various different cultures, various schemes of musical instrument classification have been used. The most commonly used system in use in the west today divides instruments into string instruments, wind instruments and… …   Wikipedia

  • Guttman scale — In statistical surveys conducted by means of structured interviews or questionnaires, a subset of the survey items having binary (e.g., YES or NO) answers forms a Guttman scale (named after Louis Guttman) if they can be ranked in some order so… …   Wikipedia

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