The aim of this paper is to introduce a software that is appropriate for the generalizability theory for not only balanced but also unbalanced data sets. Because it is possible to have unbalanced data sets while conducting a study, the researchers have devised an easy solution, other than deleting data, to balance the design to cope with this situation. Thus, the software G String V will be introduced. First, the generalizability theory will be reviewed, followed by a description of the unbalanced synthetic data that was used to conduct the analysis using the software. Explanations are provided for installing the software, preparation of the data, and the step-by-step data analysis. Moreover, the interpretation of the data is also explained. Finally, the limitations of the software are shared.
|Subjects||Education, Scientific Disciplines|
|Journal Section||Special Issue-2022|
|Publication Date||December 30, 2019|
|Published in Issue||Year 2019, Volume 6, Issue 5|