Commit fec2dd70 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan
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Fix typos

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If repeated measurement applies, specify how many are represented in the data matrix (defaults to 1). This will divide the columns in the matrix into equally sized subsets of data.
</setting>
<setting id="groups">
If you want to compute group contrasts, a vector determing the group membership of each subject must be given. By default no group contrasts are imposed.
If you want to compute group contrasts, a vector determining the group membership of each subject must be given. By default no group contrasts are imposed.
</setting>
<caption id="tab_options"/>
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<row id="options_row">
<varselector id="vars2" />
<column id="opt_var_col">
<radio label="Should parameters be fixed (constrainted)?" id="constraint">
<radio label="Should parameters be fixed (constrained)?" id="constraint">
<option label="Each item has its one discrimination parameter" value="gpcm" checked="true" />
<option label="Equal discrimination parameter across items" value="1PL" />
<option label="Discrimination parameter fixed at 1 across items" value="rasch" />
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If repeated measurement applies, specify how many are represented in the data matrix (defaults to 1). This will divide the columns in the matrix into equally sized subsets of data.
</setting>
<setting id="groups">
If you want to compute group contrasts, a vector determing the group membership of each subject must be given. By default no group contrasts are imposed.
If you want to compute group contrasts, a vector determining the group membership of each subject must be given. By default no group contrasts are imposed.
</setting>
<caption id="tab_options"/>
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If repeated measurement applies, specify how many are represented in the data matrix (defaults to 1). This will divide the columns in the matrix into equally sized subsets of data.
</setting>
<setting id="groups">
If you want to compute group contrasts, a vector determing the group membership of each subject must be given. By default no group contrasts are imposed.
If you want to compute group contrasts, a vector determining the group membership of each subject must be given. By default no group contrasts are imposed.
</setting>
<caption id="tab_options"/>
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Export the current contents of a graphics device to a postscript/pdf/png/jpeg file either using the native functions or using ghostscript.
</summary>
<usage>
Choose an exporting function and a filename to save to. Additional options for size and resolution etc. are also available (see below). Exporting is done using <b>dev.print</b>. For exporting using ghostscript, <b>dev2bitmap</b> is used, which needs Ghostscript. Most of the exporting parameters are directly sent to the exporting function (<b>postscript</b>, <b>pdf</b>, <b>svg</b>, <b>png</b>, or <b>jpeg</b>) by dev.print. Note that there are no 'color' options (like background or foreground color) in this plugin. This is because dev.print simply prints the current graphics (mostly on X11) to the spedified file in the chosen format. To set background (or foreground) colors, these will need to be provided when calling the plotting function, mostly using <b>par</b>(). Note that all the parameters to postscript are also valid parameters to dev2bitmap.
Choose an exporting function and a filename to save to. Additional options for size and resolution etc. are also available (see below). Exporting is done using <b>dev.print</b>. For exporting using ghostscript, <b>dev2bitmap</b> is used, which needs Ghostscript. Most of the exporting parameters are directly sent to the exporting function (<b>postscript</b>, <b>pdf</b>, <b>svg</b>, <b>png</b>, or <b>jpeg</b>) by dev.print. Note that there are no 'color' options (like background or foreground color) in this plugin. This is because dev.print simply prints the current graphics (mostly on X11) to the specified file in the chosen format. To set background (or foreground) colors, these will need to be provided when calling the plotting function, mostly using <b>par</b>(). Note that all the parameters to postscript are also valid parameters to dev2bitmap.
This plugin is only available in the context of a graphics device.
</usage>
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</column>
</row>
</frame>
<frame id="frame_gsoptions" label="Ghostscript specific options">
<frame id="frame_gsoptions" label="Ghostscript specific options">
<row>
<dropdown id="gsformat" label="GS Output device" >
<option value="pdfwrite" label="PDF" />
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