Linear Scale Transformation

The linear scale transformation methods convert the raw data into standardized criterion scores. It is the most frequently used deterministic method for transforming input data into commensurate criterion maps. A number of linear scale transformations exist 9Voogd 1983; Massam 1988). The two most often used procedures are maximum score and the score range procedures.

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