# Article template

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## Contents |

## Title of the topic you are writing about

Some random text. Here you should outline what the article is about. Please bear in mind that a user might be unexperienced in the field of repertory grids. Thus please provide detailed explanations and sufficient references. References are currently added right into the text in Harvard style. Please strick to this convention. Also make sure that cited references appear in the literature section at the bottom of the article.

### Subtitle 1

Now we want to add some mathematical formulas. To do this you can use the the m tags.

### Subtitle 2

Where is the mean of the construct.
To use a mathmatical expression in a line just do the same: The average for and would then be (see Slater, 1951, for a proof). Inserted into the formula above it gives the following expected average euclidean distance which is outputted as unit of *expected distance* in Slater's INGRID program.

## R-Code

Try to always add R code if there is a function available performing the analysis. Just copy the code from your editor and paste it here.

# draw a biplot of boeker dataset biplotSimple(boeker) biplotSimple(boeker, unity=F)

## Literature

Please make sure that the bibliography is correct and in APA style.

- Slater, P. (1951). The transformation of a matrix of negative correlations.
*British Journal of Statistical Psychology*,**6**, 101-106. - Slater, P. (1977).
*The measurement of intrapersonal space by Grid technique*. Vol II. London: Wiley.