Coding for The Repertory Grid Technique (RGT)


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Hi everyone,

Just wondering if it is possible to successfully perform a computerised version of The Rep Grid through Inquisit, either using roles or images as elements?

Thanks!
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f.sunstrum - 6/16/2020
Hi everyone,

Just wondering if it is possible to successfully perform a computerised version of The Rep Grid through Inquisit, either using roles or images as elements?

Thanks!

You'd have to be a lot more specifc about the exact Rep Grid procedure you have in mind for me to answer that question. Preliminarily: It's propbably possible to build, but may not be easy or convenient. I suspect there are a number of software tools out there specifically tailored to performing Rep Grids, and those may be the better option.

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f.sunstrum - 6/16/2020
Hi everyone,

Just wondering if it is possible to successfully perform a computerised version of The Rep Grid through Inquisit, either using roles or images as elements?

Thanks!

You'd have to be a lot more specifc about the exact Rep Grid procedure you have in mind for me to answer that question. Preliminarily: It's propbably possible to build, but may not be easy or convenient. I suspect there are a number of software tools out there specifically tailored to performing Rep Grids, and those may be the better option.

Hi Dave,

Thanks for your response.  To be more specific, I am looking to use 8 elements (images of products) presented in a triad, and using the constructs elicited, to rate each element on the construct pole using a 5-point Likert Scale.  I have yet to come across a software (or web) program that can use images as elements and that's why I'm wondering if The Rep Grid has been previously performed on Inquisit before.  I would imagine that the coding in Inquisit would be quite complicated though.

Cheers!
Dave
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f.sunstrum - 6/18/2020
Dave - 6/16/2020
f.sunstrum - 6/16/2020
Hi everyone,

Just wondering if it is possible to successfully perform a computerised version of The Rep Grid through Inquisit, either using roles or images as elements?

Thanks!

You'd have to be a lot more specifc about the exact Rep Grid procedure you have in mind for me to answer that question. Preliminarily: It's propbably possible to build, but may not be easy or convenient. I suspect there are a number of software tools out there specifically tailored to performing Rep Grids, and those may be the better option.

Hi Dave,

Thanks for your response.  To be more specific, I am looking to use 8 elements (images of products) presented in a triad, and using the constructs elicited, to rate each element on the construct pole using a 5-point Likert Scale.  I have yet to come across a software (or web) program that can use images as elements and that's why I'm wondering if The Rep Grid has been previously performed on Inquisit before.  I would imagine that the coding in Inquisit would be quite complicated though.

Cheers!

I'm not aware of any existing Rep Grid implementation for Inquisit or study using Inquisit to perfom a Rep Grid, no. It should be possible to build, although -- as you noted -- it would likely turn out to be (I suspect very) complicated. I'm unfortunately not familiar enough with repertory grids to say what -- if any -- good software solution(s) may be be out there.

Dave
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Dave - 6/18/2020
f.sunstrum - 6/18/2020
Dave - 6/16/2020
f.sunstrum - 6/16/2020
Hi everyone,

Just wondering if it is possible to successfully perform a computerised version of The Rep Grid through Inquisit, either using roles or images as elements?

Thanks!

You'd have to be a lot more specifc about the exact Rep Grid procedure you have in mind for me to answer that question. Preliminarily: It's propbably possible to build, but may not be easy or convenient. I suspect there are a number of software tools out there specifically tailored to performing Rep Grids, and those may be the better option.

Hi Dave,

Thanks for your response.  To be more specific, I am looking to use 8 elements (images of products) presented in a triad, and using the constructs elicited, to rate each element on the construct pole using a 5-point Likert Scale.  I have yet to come across a software (or web) program that can use images as elements and that's why I'm wondering if The Rep Grid has been previously performed on Inquisit before.  I would imagine that the coding in Inquisit would be quite complicated though.

Cheers!

I'm not aware of any existing Rep Grid implementation for Inquisit or study using Inquisit to perfom a Rep Grid, no. It should be possible to build, although -- as you noted -- it would likely turn out to be (I suspect very) complicated. I'm unfortunately not familiar enough with repertory grids to say what -- if any -- good software solution(s) may be be out there.

Some quick searching around suggests that Web Grid Plus http://grid.eilab.ca/ (also see https://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~gaines/repplus/ ) might fit the bill?
Some of their demos definitely use multimedia stimuli / images, e.g.
http://grid.eilab.ca/WebGrid/Load/RealEstate.rgrid
or
http://grid.eilab.ca/WebGrid/Load/Presidents.rgrid

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Dave - 6/18/2020
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Dave - 6/16/2020
f.sunstrum - 6/16/2020
Hi everyone,

Just wondering if it is possible to successfully perform a computerised version of The Rep Grid through Inquisit, either using roles or images as elements?

Thanks!

You'd have to be a lot more specifc about the exact Rep Grid procedure you have in mind for me to answer that question. Preliminarily: It's propbably possible to build, but may not be easy or convenient. I suspect there are a number of software tools out there specifically tailored to performing Rep Grids, and those may be the better option.

Hi Dave,

Thanks for your response.  To be more specific, I am looking to use 8 elements (images of products) presented in a triad, and using the constructs elicited, to rate each element on the construct pole using a 5-point Likert Scale.  I have yet to come across a software (or web) program that can use images as elements and that's why I'm wondering if The Rep Grid has been previously performed on Inquisit before.  I would imagine that the coding in Inquisit would be quite complicated though.

Cheers!

I'm not aware of any existing Rep Grid implementation for Inquisit or study using Inquisit to perfom a Rep Grid, no. It should be possible to build, although -- as you noted -- it would likely turn out to be (I suspect very) complicated. I'm unfortunately not familiar enough with repertory grids to say what -- if any -- good software solution(s) may be be out there.

Some quick searching around suggests that Web Grid Plus http://grid.eilab.ca/ (also see https://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~gaines/repplus/ ) might fit the bill?
Some of their demos definitely use multimedia stimuli / images, e.g.
http://grid.eilab.ca/WebGrid/Load/RealEstate.rgrid
or
http://grid.eilab.ca/WebGrid/Load/Presidents.rgrid

Thanks for your help, Dave, I appreciate it.  I have looked into those two programs and I am unfortunately unable to place images as elements.  I thought that a computerised version of The Rep Grid would be a good alternative during these unprecedented times of COVID-19, but perhaps I will have to seek another alternative.  Thanks again for your help.

Cheers!
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