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The use of Q-sets to describe subjective views on a specific research domain, in a way suitable for quantitative data analysis, has a long tradition in developmental psychology research. In this field, Q-sets generally consist of a large set of items, usually sentences printed on separate cards, that describe personality and behavioral characteristics. These items are sorted into a different number of numerical categories (e.g., 9) based on their salience as descriptors of an individual (e.g.,doi:10.21105/joss.00911 fatcat:exvf6y2afzcrnnizwn6hsxzcay