R: Preparing balanced stimuli lists for a psychological experiment

October 6, 2011

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Dividing a list of stimuli described by several statistics into subsets which are balanced according to these statistics is a common task in psychological research. For the purpose of preparing materials for an experiment which I am going to conduct … Continue reading

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