(This question continues the previous one)
I am creating a questionnaire, and I have identified 3 questions which are skewed (2 positively skewed & 1 negatively skewed). I successfully transformed two of the questions using Lg10 and inverse of Lg10 on SPSS, but the second positively skewed question is still positively skewed even after the Lg10 transformation. My questions are the following:
- Is it "okay" for the question to still be positively skewed after the transformation? Is any further action needed (any further transformation(s))?
- Can I use a different transformation on this specific question (the remaining positively skewed one) or do I have to use the same transformation for all of the skewed questions?
- What is the next "strongest" transformation after Lg10 on SPSS? How would it be entered on SPSS? (e.x. negatively skewed question = Lg10((Max. Score + 1) - Question))