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<h1>psiz-datasets</h1> <h2>Purpose</h2> <p>The OSF psiz-datasets repository is the home for human similarity judgment datasets. It is intended to work in tandem with the PsiZ python package (<a href="https://github.com/roads/psiz" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/roads/psiz</a>), which contains code for manipulating and modeling the datasets.</p> <h2>Getting Started</h2> <p>Please see the PsiZ documentation (<a href="https://psiz.readthedocs.io/en/latest/" rel="nofollow">https://psiz.readthedocs.io/en/latest/</a>) for guidance on using the datasets.</p> <h2>Organization</h2> <p>Distinct datasets are organized into OSF <em>components</em>. Within each component there are at least two files. 1. The <code>obs.hdf5</code> file contains trials of human similarity judgments. This file may have a slightly different name (e.g., <code>obs-118.hdf5</code>). In this file, stimuli are recorded using unique IDs (not filenames). 2. The <code>catalog.hdf5</code> is primarily a mapping between stimuli IDs and file names.</p>
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