Idiogrid is a freely available software for repertory grid technique
“Idiogrid (Version 2.4) is software for administering, managing, and analyzing different types of self-report data. It was originally designed around George Kelly's repertory grid technique but has been developed to include person-centered and questionnaire methodologies employed by researchers from a wide variety of domains (e.g., personality psychologists, self-concept researchers, clinical psychologists, market researchers, and sociologists).” (Idiogrid home page, retrieved 15:54, 12 February 2009 (UTC)).
2 Outline of the elicitation and analysis procedure
2.1 Grid construction
With the mostly free Idiogrid program, a generic repertory grid is built in four stages according to the version 2.4 built-in help:
The program runs in a parent window and uses three child windows.
A large variety of statistical analysis are available: Descriptive Statistics, Bivariate Statistics, Summary Indices, Singular Value Decomposition, Principal Components Analysis, Multiple Group Components Analysis, Generalized Procrustes Analysis, Slater Analysis (Single Grid), Slater Analysis (Two Grids), Slater Analysis (Multiple Grids), Self-Identity Plot, Compare Two Grids, Coordinate Grid Analysis, Polarity Analysis, Dependency Analysis, Implicative Dilemmas, Profile Analysis.