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Understanding and implementing the dprime measure in Python

In the wikipedia page, it says ... where function Z(p), p ∈ [0,1], is the inverse of the cumulative distribution function of the Gaussian distribution. So, the input to $Z$ function is a single ...
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How do I calculate d' from experimental data?

Proportions (fractions of tested case) are typically described via binomial distribution: You try $n$ times and observe $k$ successes with probability $p$ for each of your tries. $$\Pr(X=k)={\...
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