Autocorrelation trellis graph

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Description

This function creates a trellis plot with autocorrelation functions for by-subject sequential dependencies in response latencies.

Usage

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acf.fnc(dat, group="Subject", time="Trial", x = "RT", plot=TRUE, ...)

Arguments

dat

A data frame with (minimally) a grouping factor, an index for successive trails/events, and a behavioral measure

group

A grouping factor such as Subject

time

A sequential time measure such as Trial number in the experimental list

x

The dependent variable, usually a chronometric measure such as RT

plot

If true, a trellis graph is produced, otherwise a data frame with the data on which the trellis graph is based is returned

...

other optional arguments, such as layout

Value

If plot=TRUE, a trellis graph, otherwise a data frame with as column names

Lag

Autocorrelation lag

Acf

Autocorrelation

Subject

The grouping factor, typically Subject

ci

The (approximate) 95% confidence interval.

Author(s)

R. H. Baayen

References

R. H. Baayen (2001) Word Frequency Distributions, Dordrecht: Kluwer.

See Also

lags.fnc

Examples

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## Not run: 
data(beginningReaders)
acf.fnc(beginningReaders, x="LogRT")   # autocorrelations even though nonword responses not included

## End(Not run)

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