By R. H. Baayen
A simple advent to the statistical research of language info, designed for college kids with a non-mathematical background.
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Decision data in lexdec, the factor Subject is a grouping factor: Each subject provided response latencies for the same 79 words. A question that arises when running a lexical decision experiment with native and non-native speakers of English is whether there might be systematic differences in how these two groups of subjects perform. It is to be expected that non-native speakers require more time for a lexical decision. Furthermore, the conditions under which they make errors may differ as well.
Here, we restrict ourselves to two important and easy ways to use trellis functions. It is often useful to explore data with scatterplots for each of the levels of a grouping factor. To make this more concrete, we consider the subjective estimates of weight elicited for the 81 words in the ratings data set that we examined previously. 10. Each panel plots the data for one subject, the grouping factor in this trellis graph. Each panel is labeled with the relevant level of the grouping factor in the accompanying strip, here, an acronym for the subject.
The six panels are arranged by increasing intervals of Written Frequency. The lowest frequency band is found in the lower left plot, and the highest frequency band in the upper right plot. The shaded areas in the strips above the panels provide a visual indication of the frequency bands that characterize the data points in the scatterplots. As indicated by these shaded areas, written frequency increases as we move from the lower left to the lower right, and then from the upper left to the upper right.
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