What is the Redem®-Score

The Redem®-Score (R-Score) is an overall score from all available quality checks and thus represents an objective overall assessment of data quality.

The R-Score is formed by the following quality metrics.

  • Open-ended answers
  • Interview duration
  • Item battery behavior
  • Response Certainty
  • Awareness

Our Quality Scores

Open Ended Score

Open Ended Score

The Open Ended Score uses a custom-trained AI language model to evaluate the quality of open-ended responses.

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Part of R-Score
Time Score

Time Score

The Time-Score scores each respondent based on the available response time(s).

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Part of R-Score
Item Battery Score

Item Battery Score

The Item Battery Score rates respondents according to their response behavior within one or more item batteries.

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Part of R-Score
Certainty Score

Certainty Score

To see how confident respondents are in their answers, the Certainty Score uses a psychological phenomenon called the False Consensus Effect.

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Part of R-Score
Prediction Score

Prediction Score

The Prediction Score uses projective questions to assess the predictive ability of respondents. It can be used to identify superficial answers. It is part of the well known Bayesian Truth Serum.

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Part of R-Score
Infomation Score

Infomation Score

The information score evaluates the information content of each answer option. It is also part of the Bayesian Truth Serum.

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Social Desirability Score

Social Desirability Score

The Social Desirability Score measures the level of social desirability collectively for each answer option.

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