[R] [R-pkgs] synr: Analyze stimulus-color consistency test data

Lowe Wilsson d@t@|owe @end|ng |rom po@teo@de
Fri Nov 11 18:27:55 CET 2022

 Dear fellow useRs,

synr is an R package for working with data resulting from so-called
consistency tests, aimed at studying associations between stimuli and
colors. A simple example of such an association is if someone
experiences the color blue when hearing a particular word, or seeing the
letter 7 as red even if it is printed in black. The package, like
consistency tests, is especially relevant for synesthesia research but
may be of use to others researching color experiences. Yet others might
be interested in how the package utilizes the DBSCAN clustering
algorithm to evaluate variation in 3D space point coordinates.

You can learn more in an article just published in Behavior Research
Methods, "synr: An R package for handling synesthesia consistency test
data": https://rdcu.be/cZrrh [1]

The package itself also includes comprehensive vignettes explaining its
use. CRAN link: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/synr/index.html

Issue reports and contributions are very welcome on GitHub:
https://github.com/datalowe/synr [3] I've also created a GitHub page
with Packrat which includes nicely-formatted versions of the vignettes:
https://datalowe.github.io/synr [4]

I hope you'll find the package useful!

Lowe Wilsson 

[1] https://rdcu.be/cZrrh
[2] https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/synr/index.html
[3] https://github.com/datalowe/synr
[4] https://datalowe.github.io/synr

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