Subject: Re: stability in CMs From: Stuart Rosen <stuart@xxxxxxxx> Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 07:14:40 +0000 List-Archive:<http://lists.mcgill.ca/scripts/wa.exe?LIST=AUDITORY>
I think you could take the approach of using log-linear modeling to statistically compare the two matrices to one another, rather than treating diagonals and off-diagonals as something different. With this approach, you could also collapse the matrices by phonetic features (voicing, place and manner) before comparing, so as to determine if changes were limited to a particular feature. This might be relevant: Bell, T.S., Dirks, D.D., Levitt, H., & Dubno, J.R. . Log-linear modeling of consonant confusion data. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 79(2), 518-525. Yours - Stuart Rosen Yoon Yang-soo wrote: > Dear List, > > I'm working on analyses of confusion matrices measured twice from the > same group of HI listeners 6 month interval. > > I want to assess the stability of performance on both diagonals and > off-diagonls as a function of SNR and of test-retest. > > So far I found two relevant literatures (Dubno Dirks, 1982, Bilger > and Wang, 1976), reporting correlations between test and retest. > > I wonder if any knows ways to show the stability other than > correlations, and > > I wonder if anyone knows references other than those.