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# Evaluating Schematic Route Maps in Wayfinding Task: Data repository This repository contains the whole experimental data, the statistic analysis, and the research material used for the research article "Evaluating Schematic Route Maps in Wayfinding Task". The goal is allow access to the article reviewers and to be in accordance to the best practice of reproducible research. The repository is divided into three components: 1. Experimental Raw Data and pre-processing scripts 2. Experiment result analysis and aggregated data frames 3. Experiment materials ## 1. Experimental Raw Data and data pre-processing scripts This component contains the whole data collected in the experiment. Also it is included here the R scripts used to process the data to create the data frames used in the result analysis. They are divided in two folders according to the the Tasks (RIO and Driving) plus some extra files in the root folder. ## 2. Experiment result analysis and aggregated data frames This component includes files necessary to run the result analysis. It is composed of four data frames and a R script in markdown format that performs all statistical analysis presented in the article. ## 3. Experiment materials This component includes the experiment material. They are the RIO map application, the Driving map application, and the Landmark Recall and Placement Application. All web application are running and operative in the Institute web servers. However, in order to keep this submission anonymous, the links to the applications are omitted.
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