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Speed-Accuracy Tradeoff calculations in MATLAB

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Eric
Eric on 22 Dec 2016
Answered: Richard Heitz on 27 Oct 2017
Hi everyone,
I was wondering if anyone knows if there already is code or a toolbox in MATLAB for calculating speed-accuracy tradeoff (SAT)?
It would probably be associated with a neuroscience/psychology toolbox.
Best regards,
Eric

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Yair Altman
Yair Altman on 22 Dec 2016
Edited: Yair Altman on 22 Dec 2016
The first (and probably best) place to search for Matlab code is the File Exchange on MatlabCentral: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange
Unfortunately, a cursory check for "SATF" there yielded no results, but perhaps if you search for other keywords you might find something similar. Or perhaps you can contact the article's authors for assistance.
I discuss the speed-accuracy tradeoff in my own book ( Accelerating Matlab Performance), so if you can't find the exact implementation of the article's SATF code then you might find the discussion and examples in the book useful.

Richard Heitz
Richard Heitz on 27 Oct 2017
Just happened upon this. I don't think an 'SAT' toolbox would make sense. It's all just a matter of binning your RT/accuracy rates according to whichever sceme you want (SATF/CAF, etc, as I detail in the paper). Feel free to contact me if you still have questions, though given the age of this post I assume you've worked it out!

Richard Heitz
Richard Heitz on 27 Oct 2017
Just happened upon this. I don't think an 'SAT' toolbox would make sense. It's all just a matter of binning your RT/accuracy rates according to whichever sceme you want (SATF/CAF, etc, as I detail in the paper). Feel free to contact me if you still have questions, though given the age of this post I assume you've worked it out!

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