ndlStatistics: Calculate goodness of fit statistics for a naive...

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

ndlStatistics takes an Naive Discriminary Learning model object as generated by ndlClassify and calculates a range of goodness of fit statistics using modelStatistics.

Usage

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Arguments

ndl

A naive discriminative learning model fitted with ndlClassify.

...

Control arguments to be passed along to modelStatistics.

Value

A list with the following components:

n.data

sum frequency of data points

df.null

degrees of freedom of the Null model

df.model

degrees of freedom of the fitted model

statistics

a list of various measures of goodness of fit calculated with modelStatistics

Author(s)

Antti Arppe and Harald Baayen

References

Arppe, A. and Baayen, R. H. (in prep.) Statistical modeling and the principles of human learning.

See Also

See also ndlClassify, modelStatistics.

Examples

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data(think)
set.seed(314)
think <- think[sample(1:nrow(think),500),]
think.ndl <- ndlClassify(Lexeme ~ Agent + Patient, data=think)
ndlStatistics(think.ndl)

## Not run: 
data(dative)
dative.ndl <- ndlClassify(RealizationOfRecipient ~ AnimacyOfRec + DefinOfRec +
   PronomOfRec + AnimacyOfTheme + DefinOfTheme + PronomOfTheme, data=dative)
ndlStatistics(dative.ndl)

## End(Not run)


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