matrix.y: Position Number for a Given Number of Stimuli

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

Description

Produces a matrix where the elements correspond to the position number of the second stimulus that should be presented in each pair of stimuli.

Usage

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matrix.y(numstim)

Arguments

numstim

The number of stimuli

Value

Returns a matrix where the elements correspond to the position number of the second stimulus that should be presented in each pair of stimuli.

Author(s)

Andrew Zieffler [email protected], Stacy Karl [email protected], and Julio Cabrera [email protected]

References

Davison, M. L. Zieffler, A. Cabrera, J. Karl, S. R. and Cohen, H. S. in press Automated Assembly of Optimally Spaced and Balanced Paired Comparisons: Controlling Order Effects. Behavioral Research Methods. DOI 10.3758/s13428-011-0170-0

Cohen, H.S. and Davison, M.L. 1973 Jiffy-Scale: A FORTRAN IV Program for Generating Ross-Ordered Paired Comparisons. Behavioral Science, 18, 1, 76.

Ross, R.T. 1934 Optimimum Orders for the Presentation of Pairs in the Method of Paired Comparisons. Journal of Educational Psychology, 25, 5, 375–382.

See Also

matrix.x

Examples

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