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Introduction to DMDX, R and reproducible research in psycholinguistics – some proselytizing

Here are some slides: https://speakerdeck.com/robayedavies/r-dmdx-and-reproducible-science – setting out a case for using DMDX with R to do reproducible science.

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Using DMDX to collect data

Researchers in influential psycholinguistics labs often use the DMDX application to collect data: its free, its flexible, and its well supported by its authors. The fact that it is free ensures  we remove one barrier to the reproducibility of our … Continue reading

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What they call workflow

[Password protected version of this post, under resources, with downloadable example files] Many researchers talk about workflow. This refers to the series of steps involved in completing an investigation: going from intention to paper, to paraphrase the title of Levelt’s … Continue reading

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