Once you’ve collected your relational coordination data, the next step is to create your variables. In this chapter, you will learn to create variables for each of the seven dimensions of relational coordination. You’ll learn how to use factor analysis and Cronbach’s alpha to assess whether those seven dimensions form a single construct called the RC Index, or two separate constructs called RC Relationships and RC Communication. Next you will learn how to separate out relational coordination within roles, from relational coordination between roles. You will learn how to create 360 feedback data for particular roles to understand how well they are coordinating from the perspective of their colleagues in other roles. You’ll also learn how to use proportional weighting to account for missing data, and how to create relational coordination as a categorical variable instead of a continuous variable, if needed. The statistical codes and video tutorials that support this chapter are accessible through https://rcsurveyhelp.info" xmlns:xlink="https://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">rcsurveyhelp.info.