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Tag Archives: merge
Mixedeffects modeling — four hour workshop — part I: Data handling
This post will be one of four in which we go through how to model a multilevel dataset using linear mixedeffects modeling. To begin, we need to collate the data we have gathered in a simple reading experiment but one … Continue reading
Posted in 2.1 LME workshop I/IV, Uncategorized
Tagged csv, data handling, merge, plyr
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Modelling – look ahead to mixedeffects modelling
So far, we have been looking at the participant attributes or the item attributes for our lexical decision study. It is time to move on to consider a mixedeffects analysis examining whether or how lexical decision responses were influenced by: … Continue reading
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Tagged ddply(), length(), levels(), merge, summary
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Modelling – examination correlations: combining dataframes
This post will build on the previous Modelling posts. We are continuing to focus on the item norms data, previously discussed here and here (where I talked about were the data are from), here and here (where I talked about examining the … Continue reading