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Cronbach's Alpha

By Charles Keene | Feb 03, 2017 01:18PM CET

How do I calculate Cronbach's Alpha? How should the data be laid out?

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By Jean Paul | Feb 03, 2017 03:16PM CET | XLSTAT Agent

Hi,

Cronbach’s Alpha can be accessed through Factor Analysis https://help.xlstat.com/customer/en/portal/articles/2062221-factor-analysis-in-excel-tutorial?b_id=9283
Make sure you activate the appropriate option in the Outputs tab.
Notice that the idea of developing an independent feature for Cronbach’s Alpha and other reliability indices has been submitted on the XLSTAT ideas forum: ideas.xlstat.com/ideas/XLS-I-23
Do not hesitate to vote for it :)

Jean Paul


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By Jean Paul | Feb 03, 2017 03:16PM CET | XLSTAT Agent

Hi,

Cronbach’s Alpha can be accessed through Factor Analysis https://help.xlstat.com/customer/en/portal/articles/2062221-factor-analysis-in-excel-tutorial?b_id=9283
Make sure you activate the appropriate option in the Outputs tab.
Notice that the idea of developing an independent feature for Cronbach’s Alpha and other reliability indices has been submitted on the XLSTAT ideas forum: ideas.xlstat.com/ideas/XLS-I-23
Do not hesitate to vote for it :)

Jean Paul

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