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<h1>Data codebook</h1> <hr> <p>In both datasets each row represents an individual trial. The meaning of each column is specified below.</p> <h2>datasetS1.csv</h2> <p>Data for experiments 1, 2, 3, and 4</p> <ul> <li> <p>experiment: whether the experiment was 1, 2, 3, or 4</p> </li> <li> <p>participant: participant id</p> </li> <li>session: stage of the experiment - training (1), reminder (2a), inteference (2b), or test (3a/b)</li> <li>trial: trial in this session</li> <li>sequenceType: whether sequence is old or new </li> <li>targetSequence: the sequence the user has been asked to enter</li> <li>stream: the stream of digits entered by the participant on this trial</li> <li>speed: the number of sequences entered by the participant on this trial</li> <li>accuracy: 1-errors/speed for this trial</li> <li>age: participant's age </li> <li>gender: participant's gender</li> <li>sequenceOrder: whether sequences were learned in the order X, Y ('X') or Y, X ('Y') </li> <li>testOrder: whether sequences were tested in the order X, Y ('A') or Y, X ('B') </li> </ul> <h2>datasetS2.csv</h2> <p>Data for experiments 5, 6, and 7</p> <ul> <li> <p>experiment: whether the experiment was numbers (5), letters (6), or numbers no reminder control (7)</p> </li> <li> <p>experimentType: whether the experiment was 'reminder' or 'no reminder'</p> </li> <li>participant: participant id</li> <li>session: stage of the experiment - training, reminder, inteference, or test</li> <li>trial: trial in this session</li> <li>sequenceType: whether sequence is old or new </li> <li>targetSequence: the sequence the user has been asked to enter</li> <li>stream: the sequence that the user entered</li> <li>correct: at the training and inteference stages this specifies whether the sequence was entered completely accurately (TRUE) or not (FALSE). Reminder and Test stages are NA.</li> <li>sequenceSimilarity: the Damerau–Levenshtein ratio for the target sequence and stream </li> <li>age: participant's age </li> <li>gender: participant's gender</li> <li>sequenceOrder: whether sequences were learned in the order X, Y ('X') or Y, X ('Y') </li> <li>testOrder: whether sequences were tested in the order X, Y ('A') or Y, X ('B') </li> </ul>
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