Edited version of original
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 2007
Yesterday, I submitted a paper to the Journal of Mathematical Psychology. In the paper I promised to have an R package available for download from the internet. Here it is. (A version that is installable on Mac OS X with the package installer option 'Local Source Package' is here.) As an alternative to ex-Gauss modeling of response times, this code fits diffusions that model the way information accumulation takes place in the brain (or at least, that's what we think).
For Windows users, you may need to install it with the
rcmd command line utility, but you would have to have Perl installed. I'm trying to make it available as a regular zip file soon. (added: here it is.) Meanwhile you might simply try this source file which comes without documentation.
Ahum... the package itself is hardly documented at this point. The documentation essentially boils down to the following:
Running following command on the console should also install the package
If not, and you get an error saying the package in not available for R version so and so, update your R installation and try again, or try the following command on the console (at least on Mac and Linux):
If this all fails, the package can be downloaded from R-Forge: A binary .zip for Windows, and a .tar.gz for Linux/Mac.
You may also want to try the webapplication. Way more difficult I think, but with a graphical user interface.