I have a questionnaire based instrument resulting in a "score" value ranged between 1 and 28. So each of my subjects/cases can have a results between 1 and 28.
The problem is: This range "feels unusual" and hard to understand on an emotional level. I can not grasp the result.
For example it is much easier to understand values in percent range from 1 to 100.
How can I help the readers (as scientists) of my scientific report to understand ("feel") the values?
My first suggestion was to transform the values on a 100-point-scale. But the results feel wired also. The second suggestion was to use graphical bars (or lines) so they can see the range and the value as a point/line/cross on that bar.
Background: The instrument is the Technology Usage Inventory by Kothgassner et al. The inventory includes multiple constructs/scales all with its own score value (some from 1 to 28, some from 1 to 21, one from 1 to 300). There is no summary score for the whole inventory.