Windowed cross-correlation and peak picking for the analysis of variability in the association between behavioral time series.

Abstract

Cross-correlation and most other longitudinal analyses assume that the association between 2 variables is stationary. Thus, a sample of occasions of measurement is expected to be representative of the association between variables regardless of the time of onset or number of occasions in the sample. The authors propose a method to analyze the association… (More)

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