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Human stress responses in office-like environments with wood furniture: Data processing and analysis

Burnard, Michael David

These files contain the data processing code (in R) used in an experiment comparing stress responses in different office-like environments. The experiment used salivary cortisol concentration as the primary indicator of stress and the analytical processing includes converting plate readings to cortisol concentrations, data wrangling, visualisation, basic assessment, and hypothesis testing. The related article is accepted in Building Research & Information in August 2019. 

The data cannot be shared as it contains sensitive, personal information and may be identifiable. 

There are two files: a .Rmd (R markdown) file, and a pdf produced from the .Rmd file. 

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