# genlogFunction

##### Generalized Logistic Function

This is the core function of the generalized logistic analysis used in `genlog`

.

- Keywords
- utilities

##### Usage

`genlogFunction(x, x0, Ab, At, B, v)`

##### Arguments

- x
A numeric vector with measurement moments or indices of measurement moments.

- x0
A single numeric value specifying at which moment the curve is at its midpoint (when

`v`

= 1).- Ab, At
Respectively the lowest and highest possible values of the dependent variable.

- B
The growth rate (curve steepness).

- v
Um - Peter, wat is 'v' eigenlijk?

##### Details

For details, see Verboon & Peters (2017).

##### References

Verboon, P. & Peters, G.-J. Y. (2017) Applying the generalised logistic model in SCD to deal with ceiling effects. *PsyArXiv* http://INSERTLINK

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
time <- 1:20;
yVar <- genlogFunction(1:20, 10, 1, 7, 1, 1);
plot(time, yVar, type='l', xlab='time', ylab='y');
# }
```

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