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<p>Contains all analysis scripts and results for Experiment 4. Note that this experiment was Experiment 3 in a previous version of the manuscript. So all code and results refer to this as Experiment 3 although it is Experiment 4.</p> <p>The main analysis file that produces the results report <code>experiment3_analysis.html</code> is <code>experiment3_analysis.Rmd</code> (an R markdown file). It requires the prepared data file <code>e3_dat_prepared.rda</code>, several fitted model files (see below), as well as the helper function <code>helper_functions.R</code>. This file can also produce the results figures (as <code>pdf</code>s, which are also part of this component).</p> <p>A second analysis file is <code>experiment3_analysis_step2_reduced.Rmd</code> which produces <code>experiment3_analysis_step2_reduced.html</code>. This file contains the complete analysis of Step 2 repeated with the reduced data set (i.e., after removing all indeterminate responses). This file requires <code>exp3_inf-str_fjc_models_d3.rda</code>.</p> <p><code>experiment_3-models.R</code> is the main analysis file fitting all reported GLMMs and LMMs. It produces the following model files: <code>true_model_selection_exp3_order.rda</code>, <code>true_model_selection_exp3_no-order.rda</code>, <code>exp3_truth_models.rda</code>, <code>exp3_inf-str_fjc_models.rda</code>, <code>exp3_step3_models.rda</code>, and additionally <code>exp3_inf-str_fjc_models_d3.rda</code> (which contrary to the actual code only contains the model for step 2 of the reduced data set).</p>
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