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 faq:how_can_i_use_the_ivar_uvar_wvar_and_cvar_options_to_precisely_control_the_permutations [2011/09/15 08:04]131.174.84.54 [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] faq:how_can_i_use_the_ivar_uvar_wvar_and_cvar_options_to_precisely_control_the_permutations [2017/08/17 11:21] (current) 2014/01/02 16:25 [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] 2011/09/15 08:04 [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] 2011/09/14 10:14 robert [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] 2011/09/14 09:53 robert created 2014/01/02 16:25 [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] 2011/09/15 08:04 [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] 2011/09/14 10:14 robert [How can I use the ivar, uvar, wvar and cvar options to precisely control the permutations?] 2011/09/14 09:53 robert created Line 14: Line 14: cfg.cvar ​            = number or list with indices, control variable(s) cfg.cvar ​            = number or list with indices, control variable(s) - The "​Independent variable"​ codes the condition numbers. This is the crucial variable in any permutation test, with which you want to investigate whether there is a difference between the conditions. The null hypothesis involves that the data are assumed to be independent from the condition number, and therefore (under this null hypothesis) any reshuffeling ​of the condition numbers does NOT affect the outcome in a systematic way. + The "​Independent variable"​ codes the condition numbers. This is the crucial variable in any permutation test, with which you want to investigate whether there is a difference between the conditions. The null hypothesis involves that the data are assumed to be independent from the condition number, and therefore (under this null hypothesis) any reshuffling ​of the condition numbers does NOT affect the outcome in a systematic way. The "Unit of observation variable"​ corresponds to the subject number (in a The "Unit of observation variable"​ corresponds to the subject number (in a