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Likert-type scales are used extensively in evaluations of interactive experiences, including usability evaluations, to obtain quantified data regarding participants' attitudes, behaviors, and judgments. Very often this data is analyzed using parametric statistics like the Student t-test or ANOVA. These methods are chosen to ensure higher statistical power of the test (which is necessary in this field of research and practice where sample sizes are often small), or because of the lack ofdoi:10.1145/1753326.1753686 dblp:conf/chi/KapteinNM10 fatcat:47ip2lx6m5eoldxjvlfvguhyja