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'''<span class="RF_matrix">RF matrix</span>''' - a matrix that holds all [[Glossary:R-Factor|R-Factor]] values, both measured and theoretical (i.e. those that could not be measured yet). '''R-Factors''' are arranged in rows of repetition category (i.e. the measure of memory stability) and columns of [[Glossary:A-Factor|A-Factor]] (i.e. the measure of item difficulty). You can see your RF matrix with '''[[Tools menu|Tools]] : Statistics : [[Analysis]] : [[Analysis#Matrices|Matrices]] : RF matrix'''.
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'''<span class="RF_matrix">RF matrix</span>''' - a matrix that holds all [[Glossary:R-Factor|R-Factor]] values, both measured and theoretical (i.e. those that could not be measured yet). '''R-Factors''' are arranged in rows of repetition category (i.e. the measure of memory stability) and columns of '''[[Glossary:A-Factor|A-Factor]]''' (i.e. the measure of item difficulty). You can see your '''RF matrix''' with '''[[Tools menu|Tools]] : Statistics : [[Analysis]] : [[Analysis#Matrices|Matrices]] : RF matrix'''.

Revision as of 13:06, 11 August 2011

RF matrix - a matrix that holds all R-Factor values, both measured and theoretical (i.e. those that could not be measured yet). R-Factors are arranged in rows of repetition category (i.e. the measure of memory stability) and columns of A-Factor (i.e. the measure of item difficulty). You can see your RF matrix with Tools : Statistics : Analysis : Matrices : RF matrix.