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<h2>Data</h2> <p>The <code>data/</code> directory contains he RDS data file needed for analysis in R (<code>sibilants_alldata.rds</code>), and a writeup of how this data file was generated from raw datasets (<code>sibilants_processing_osf.html</code>), which cannot be posted.</p> <p>The dataset is an updated version of that used for the 2019 ICPhS paper, after bugs in data processing we caught after paper submission.</p> <h2>Analysis</h2> <p>The <code>analysis/</code> directory contains a full writeup of the analyses reported in the ICPhS paper (<code>sibilants_icphs_analysis.html</code>), applied to the RDS data file.</p> <h2>Models</h2> <p><code>runModels.R</code> actually runs the statistical models reported in this writeup; the models are loaded in as part of the code (<code>sibilants_icphs_analysis.Rmd</code>) which generates the writeup.</p> <p>The <code>.rds</code> files are the models (<code>lme4</code> linear mixed effects models).</p>
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