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Hi All,
I am a doctoral candidate studying in the UK. As part of my research, I use card sorting tasks to investigate underlying cognitive structures of prospective teachers within a subject domain. The result of this card sorting task is a symmetrical matrix with 56 rows and 56 columns. What I want to do is to correlate two matrices which represents an expert's categorisation of the cars and a subject's categorisation. Here I have the problem. I do not know how to do this. Can you help me in solving my problem? I am reasonably familiar with SPSS. Is it possible to do this with SPSS? Or do I need another program?

Thank you very much for your interest and time.

Ufuk YILDIRIM

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