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We examine the parameter estimates for three different DDM models for ourdata. The estimates for the basic DDM are given by the minus log-likelihood fit which are shown in Figure 1. As is well known, in this case, the best-fittingDDM is the simple DDM (with estimated parameters W1 = W2 = W3 = W4 =5). However,in the case of the full DDM, the parameter estimates are more complexand depend on the parameter values chosen. The negative log-likelihood fits for the four-parameter full DDM are plotted in Figure 2 based on our data.
It is assumed that the moments needed in question 1 are known. For example,in the case of a basic DDM, that theta for the Weibull distribution is 1.5, and W1= W2 =20, so W3 = W4 = 90.The full DDM is implemented in R using the subject ~ pa ~ ddcoefdata.frame(a = alpha, b= 1 - beta, c = W1, d = W2, e = W3, f = W4) model fitting function parameters from Ratcliff & Smith, 2004.
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Several sets of spells appear more than once in the demo. Channeled spells which belong to multiple categories are not indicated by a drop. This list is very incomplete, and it should be noted that many spells are omitted from thislist, and it is possible that this is done intentionally. Overall, we have chosen to list only spells which meet the followingcriteria: (1) the spell's desired effect could reasonably be obtained with it's MP cost, and (2) the spell is used in at least one other spell without additional effects. In the event of a tie, we choose the highest value spell listed above. 7211a4ac4a