[R] RIDIT scoring in R

Tom Woolman twoo|m@n @end|ng |rom ont@rgettek@com
Tue Sep 15 01:54:43 CEST 2020

Hi everyone.

I'd like to perform RIDIT scoring of a column that consists of ordinal  
values, but I don't have a comparison dataset to use against it as  
required by the Ridit::ridit function.

As a question of best practice, could I use a normally distributed  
frequency distribution table generated by the rnorm function for use  
as comparison data for RIDIT scoring?

Or would I be better off using a 2nd ordinal variable from the same  
dataframe for comparison?

Thanks in advance!

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