﻿ IPEXTREME= placement of extreme scores on maps

# IPEXTREME= placement of extreme scores on maps = Yes

 IPEXTREME= Yes place persons and items with extremes scores at the extreme top and bottom in Tables 1, 12, 16. IPEXTREME= No place persons and items with extremes scores at their estimated measures in Tables 1, 12, 16.

Example 1: Exam1.txt. Table 1.0

IPEXTREME=Yes. Persons and items with extreme scores (here in red) placed at the extreme ends of the map.

MEASURE                                         KID - MAP - TAP

<more>|<rare>

5                                                  +  1-3- 1-4- 1-4- 4-1-

|

4                                                 T+

Ric Sus  |S 1-4-

3                                             Fra  +

|

2                                 Ber Bet Els Tho S+  1-3- 1-4-

|

1                             Bri Car Dav Joe Zul  +  1-3-

|

0                                                 M+M

Ann Aud Bar Dor Jam Kim Lin Mik Ron Tra Wal Wil  |

-1                                                  +

Jan Lis Rod  |  2-4-

-2                                         Bre Pet S+

|  1-4-

-3                                         Ada Ric  +

Bla Mar  |S 1-3- 3-4-

-4                                                 T+  1-4- 2-1-

Don  |  1-3-

-5                                             Hel  +  1-2- 1-4  2-3

<less>|<frequent>

IPEXTREME=No. Persons and items with extreme scores (here in red) placed at their estimated measures on the map.

MEASURE                                         KID - MAP - TAP

<more>|<rare>

6                                                  +  4-1-3-

|

5                                                  +  1-3-2- 1-4-2- 1-4-3-

|

4                                                 T+

Ric Sus  |S 1-4-2-

3                                             Fra  +

|

2                                 Ber Bet Els Tho S+  1-3-2- 1-4-3-

|

1                             Bri Car Dav Joe Zul  +  1-3-1-

|

0                                                  +

Ann Aud Bar Dor Jam Kim Lin Mik Ron Tra Wal Wil M|

-1                                                  +M

Jan Lis Rod  |  2-4-3-

-2                                         Bre Pet  +

S|  1-4-2-

-3                                         Ada Ric  +

Bla Mar  |  1-3-2- 3-4-1

-4                                                  +  1-4-3- 2-1-4

Don  |  1-3-4

-5                                                 T+S

|

-6                                                  +

Hel  |  1-2-4  1-4    2-3

-7                                                  +

<less>|<frequent>

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