Errata for Statistics for Linguistics with R
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p. 1, second line from bottom:
"users must to buy"
->
"users must buy"
(thanks to Leonel F. de Alencar for pointing this out to me)
p. 5, middle paragraph
"An more"
->
"A more"
(thanks to Dmitry Granovsky for pointing this out to me)
p. 10, Table 3, penultimate row:
"CONCRETENESS ANIMATE CONCRETE"
->
"CONCRETENESS ABSTRACT CONCRETE"
(thanks to Leonel F. de Alencar for pointing this out to me)
p. 41, first paragraph:
"compute he probability"
->
"compute the probability"
(thanks to Yoshikata Shibuya for pointing this out to me)
p. 65, second line of text from bottom:
"And if you only want to the numbers"
->
"And if you only want to sort the numbers"
(thanks to Leonel F. de Alencar for pointing this out to me)
p. 67:
"p. 67: The "[1]" before the result indicates that the result of sqrt(5) is a vector that is one element long and whose first (and only) element is 2.236068."
->
"p. 67: The "[1]" before the result indicates that the first (and, here, only) element printed as the output is element number 1, namely 2.236068."
(thanks to Leonel F. de Alencar for suggesting a paraphrase to me)
p. 69, first grey block of code:
"caesar"
->
"chris"
(thanks to Yoshikata Shibuya for pointing this out to me)
p. 69, second grey block of code:
"names.and.names.of.numbers<-"
->
"numbers.and.names.of.numbers<-"
(thanks to Yoshikata Shibuya for pointing this out to me)
p. 73, note 14:
"promoted"
->
"prompted"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 74, second bullet point:
"to saved"
->
"to be saved"
(thanks to Yoshikata Shibuya for pointing this out to me)
p. 83:
"a variables has"
->
"a variable has"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 94, before last block of code:
"You data frame"
->
"Your data frame"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 110, below grey code:
10.000
->
10,000
(thanks to Steven Coates for pointing this out to me)
p. 110, below grey code:
5.000
->
5,000
(thanks to Steven Coates for pointing this out to me)
p. 110, code file for Figure 28
" abline(h=mean(LENGTH), 0)"
->
" abline(h=mean(LENGTH))"
(thanks to Viveka Velupillai for pointing this out to me)
p. 127, first line of 2:
"describe on variable"
->
"describe one variable"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 129, caption of Figure 31:
"FILLER~SEX"
->
"FILLER~GENRE"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 137, second grey block of code:
"qnorm"
->
"qt"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 149:
"many statistical require"
->
"many statistical techniques require"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 150, first gray box:
> attach(RussianTensAps)¶
->
> attach(RussianTensAsp)¶
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 154, first gray box:
", length(VPCs))"
->
", length(VPCs)); VPCs.exp¶"
(thanks to Joseph Sorell for pointing this out to me)
p. 156, first paragraph:
"finallyeven"
->
"finally even"
(thanks to Yoshikata Shibuya for pointing this out to me)
p. 159, beginning of second paragraph:
"conversations between a confederate"
->
"conversations of a confederate"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 164, line 1:
"the facts that"
->
"the fact that"
(thanks to Joseph Sorell for pointing this out to me)
p. 164, mid of first paragraph:
"largest different at"
->
"largest difference at"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 171, mid:
"every subject gave"
->
"every subject contributed"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 172, below Table 28:
"larger than 10.827"
->
"larger than 10.828"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 177, line 3:
"a better terms"
->
"a better term"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 179:
"eval.tot$parameter¶"
->
eval.total$parameter¶
p. 181, top:
"UNACCEPTABLE"
->
"INACCEPTABLE"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 185, first paragraph:
"significantly difference from"
->
""significantly different from"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 185, second paragraph:
"Let as further"
->
"Let us further"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 187, line 5 from bottom:
"or at last two"
->
"or at least two"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 188, line 6 of par. 2:
"You may now be not be interested"
->
"You may now not be interested"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 188, Procedure:
"test statistic t"
- >
"test statistic F"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 191, first grey block of code:
"SYNONYME"
->
"SYNTIMES"
(two times)
p. 192, line 10:
"a less extreme findings"
->
"a less extreme finding"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 197, grey block of code:
c(0.025, 0.0975)
->
c(0.025, 0.975)
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 204, first grey block of code:
"••••••••Wilcoxon•signed•rank•test•with•continuity•correction"
->
"••••••••Wilcoxon•signed•rank•test"
p. 205, line 11 of first full paragraph:
"why we Section"
->
"why we in Section"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 209, first grey block of code:
SEX=="W"
->
SEX=="F"
(three times, thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 208-211: Given the the test for homogeneity of variances returned a ns result, it would have been didactically more consistent to apply t.test with the additional argument var.equal=TRUE. If the t-test is computed like that, the p-value changes from 0.01619 (with var.equal=FALSE) to 0.01611 (with var.equal=TRUE); the formula for the df changes to n_1+n_2-2.
(thanks to Yuliya Morozova for pointing this out to me)
p. 210, line 1f.:
"can be computed with qt"
->
"can be computed with pt"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 215, first line after third block of code
"the your t-value"
->
"your t-value"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 216, line 3:
"from to 1.93"
->
"from 1.93"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 219, second grey block of code:
text(1:2,•tapply(DICE,•PROCESS,•mean),•"+")¶
->
text(1:2,•tapply(DICE,•PROCESS,•mean),•"X")¶
(thanks to Joseph Sorell for pointing this out to me)
p. 220, middle:
"be mislead by"
->
"be misled by"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 220, second grey block of code:
xlab="Blends,•
->
xlab="Blends",•
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 224, first grey block of code:
c(0.0005,•0.005,•0.025,•0.975,•0.995,•0.995)
->
c(0.0005,•0.005,•0.025,•0.975,•0.995,•0.9995)
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 224, first grey block of code:
[1]••3.290527••2.575829••1.959964•-1.959964•-2.575829•-2.575829
->
[1]••3.290527••2.575829••1.959964•-1.959964•-2.575829•-3.290527
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 225, block of code:
p-value•=•8.882e-16
->
p-value•=•9.331e-16
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 226, mid of last full paragraph:
"four pile"
->
"four piles"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 227, first grey block of code:
read.table(),•
->
read.table(choose.files(),•
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 233, after Table 39:
"you are interested (and"
->
"you are interested in (and"
(thanks to Ariel Schindewolf for pointing this out to me)
p. 238, middle:
"can impossibly discuss"
->
"can not possibly discuss"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 238, middle:
"levels much be"
->
"levels must be"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 242, line 3:
"off a tangent"
->
"off on a tangent"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 242, middle:
"13 null hypotheses should better not be 0.05"
->
"13 null hypotheses should not be 0.05"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 248, line 1 of Section 5.1.2:
"that can applied"
->
"that can be applied"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 248, line 4 from bottom:
"files from companion website"
->
"files from the companion website"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 264, third grey block of code:
,•residuals(model.17),•
->
,•residuals(model.13),•
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 266, mid:
"sp,e predictors"
->
"some predictors"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 266, penultimate line of first paragraph:
"a problem to large"
->
"a problem too large"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 267, line 2:
"each predictors"
->
"each predictor"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 268, second grey block of code:
model.13.effsiz<-lm(scale(REACTTIME)•~•scale(FAMILIARITY)•+•scale(NO_LETT)•+•I(scale(CONCRETENESS)*scale(MEANINGFUL_CO))•+•I(scale(FAMILIARITY)*scale(KF_WRITFREQ))•+•I(scale(IMAGEABILITY)*scale(MEANINGFUL_CO)),•data=ReactTime.2)
->
model.13.effsiz<-lm(scale(REACTTIME)•~•scale(CONCRETENESS)•+•scale(FAMILIARITY)•+•scale(IMAGEABILITY)•+•scale(KF_WRITFREQ)•+•scale(MEANINGFUL_CO)•+•scale(NO_LETT)•+•I(scale(CONCRETENESS)*scale(MEANINGFUL_CO))•+•I(scale(FAMILIARITY)*scale(KF_WRITFREQ))•+•I(scale(IMAGEABILITY)*scale(MEANINGFUL_CO)),•data=ReactTime.2)
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 280, first grey block of code:
PROCESS1•••••...
PROCESS1••••-...
->
PROCESS1•••••...
PROCESS2••••-...
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 285, first bullet point at bottom:
"the overall mean the dependent variable"
->
"the overall mean of the dependent variable"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 294, first grey block of code:
"> assocplot(table(V_CHANGPOSS,•CONSTRUCTION2)¶"
->
"> assocplot(table(V_CHANGPOSS,•CONSTRUCTION2))¶"
(thanks to Yoshikata Shibuya for pointing this out to me)
p. 297, first grey block of code:
"c(1,•300)"
->
"c(1,•313)"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 298, penultimate line:
"V_CHANGPOSS:NO_CHANGE"
->
"V_CHANGPOSS:CHANGE"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 300, line 2 of block of code:
plot(model.lrm.2,•
->
plot(model.lrm,•
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 302, third grey block of code, last line:
the•first•subtable:•[,,1]¶
->
the•second•subtable:•[,,2]¶
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 304, third grey block of code:
model.glm.2,•
->
model.glm.5,•
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 304, line 1 after third grey block of code:
"model.glm.2$fitted or predict(model.lrm.2,"
->
"model.glm.5$fitted or predict(model.lrm,"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 305, six lines before last block of code:
"In the present case, the ratio is 323.83/295=1.1"
->
"In the present case, the ratio is 391.72/394=0.99"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 311, last bullet point:
"0,5."
->
"0.5."
(thanks to Joseph Sorell for pointing this out to me)
p. 312, mid of first full paragraph:
"above, that only"
->
"above, only"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 317, line 3f. of the third paragraph:
"distance between and between"
->
"distance between"
(thanks to Marta Recasens for pointing this out to me)
p. 322, line 2 of last paragraph:
"and when this"
->
"and if this"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 322, last line:
"of his main"
->
"of its main"
(thanks to Gunnel Tottie for pointing this out to me)
p. 323, the entry for Berez and Gries:
"Denai'na"
->
"Dena'ina"
(thanks to Andrea L. Berez for pointing this out to me)
p. 325: add entry:
Greenbaum, Sidney. 1976. Syntactic frequency and acceptability. _Lingua_ 40(XXX). 99-113.
p. 326, add entry:
Labov, William. 1975. Empirical foundations of linguistic theory. In Robert Austerlitz (ed.), _The scope of American linguistics_, 77-133. Lisse: The Peter de Ridder Press.
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last updated 08 Oct 2016
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