The following links lead to appendix materials related to several articles involving mixed-effects modeling, a.k.a. multilevel modeling, by H. Quené and H. van den Bergh.
On Multi-Level Modeling of data from repeated measures designs: A tutorial,
Speech Communication, 43 (1-2), 103-121, 2004. [doi:10.1016/j.specom.2004.02.004]
Examples of mixed-effects modeling with crossed random effects and with binomial data,
Journal of Memory and Language, 59 (4), 413-425, 2008. [doi:10.1016/j.jml.2008.02.002]
Longitudinal trends in speech tempo: The case of Queen Beatrix,
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133 (6), EL452-EL457.
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ExtraThe following links lead to tutorials and course materials that may help you get started in R:
- Statistics with R, tutorial at the Workshop on Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR), Utrecht, Jan/Feb 2013.
- R course for PhD students, June 2012, see session 4.
- some convenient R functions for everyday use.
minFprime.sscis a function to compute the minF' test statistic (Clark, 1973).