[R] Published or in-press work using nlme or lme4

From: Shravan Vasishth <shravan.vasishth_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2008 14:25:23 +0200


Dear R users,

Many of you are aware of the statistical package lme4 used in R for carrying out mixed-effects modeling. The lme4 R-Forge website [ https://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/lme4/] is going to maintain a list of all dissertations and articles (accepted for publication, in press, or published) that use lme4 or its precursor, nlme.

It would be helpful if members of this list could send me citation details of any of their articles etc. that have appeared in psycholinguistics (or other areas) that use lme4 or nlme. I will them assemble them and put them up on the R-Forge page.

It would save me loads of time in maintaining the list of articles and automatically reformatting them for displaying on the web if the format of the submission were in bibtex. I give some examples below. (Tip for generating bibtex entries: search for the article on Google scholar and click on the button Import into Bibtex; this button can be activated in Google Scholar by changing the Preferences settings).

If there are questions, just write to me and ask.

IMPORTANT: Submit the list of publications to vasishth.shravan_at_gmail.comwith the SUBJECT line:

lme4 pubs R-Forge

Examples of bibtex entries (the fields marked OPT can be activated by deleting OPT):

@Article{greenspansegal84,

  author = {Greenspan, S. L. and Segal, E. M.},

  title = {Reference and comprehension: {A} topic-comment analysis of sentence-picture verification},

  journal = {Cognitive Psychology},

  year = {1984},

  keywords = {lme4}, %% this is just an example!!!

  volume = {16},

  number = {4},

  pages = {556-606},

  OPTmonth = {},

  OPTnote = {},

  OPTannote = {},

  OPTabstract = {},

  url = {http://www.somewhere.org/thepaper.pdf} %% example!!!

}

@Proceedings{,

  title = {},

  year = {},

  OPTkey = {},

  OPTbooktitle = {},

  OPTeditor = {},

  OPTvolume = {},

  OPTnumber = {},

  OPTseries = {},

  OPTaddress = {},

  OPTmonth = {},

  OPTorganization = {},

  OPTpublisher = {},

  OPTnote = {},

  OPTannote = {}

}

@PhdThesis{,

  author = {},

  title = {},

  school = {},

  year = {},

  OPTkey = {},

  OPTtype = {},

  OPTaddress = {},

  OPTmonth = {},

  OPTnote = {},

  OPTannote = {}

}

Many thanks,

-- 
Shravan Vasishth, Empirical Methods in Syntax
Juniorprofessor, Institute for Linguistics, Potsdam
Tel: +49-(0)331-977-2016, -2457 Fax: -2087
http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~vasishth

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