Ranking means identifying the ordering from highest to lowest or vice versa; statistical ranks are the values 1, 2, 3, ..., up to the sample size, assigned to values or attributes which have the highest (or lowest) rank, the second highest (/lowest) rank and so on.
I have four numeric variables. All of them are measures of soil quality. Higher the variable, higher the quality. The range for all of them is different: Var1 from 1 to 10 Var2 from 1000 to 2000 ...
I have about 10 variables about products. I need to rank order the products by quality. Now, the quality is very subjective thing, so I got all 300 products ranked by domain experts. Now I have 10 ...
I am not in statistics field. I have seen the word "tied data" while reading about Rank Correlation Coefficients. What is tied data? What is an example of tied data?
I have a set of players. They play against each other (pairwise). Pairs of players are chosen randomly. In any game, one player wins and another one loses. The players play with each other a limited ...
Context I have a survey of 16 questions, each with four possible responses. The purpose of the survey is to measure the respondent's propensity towards four categories (which we will denote A, B, C, ...