Summaryis an object-oriented Perl library designed to make summarising data from experiments easy. You write the wrapper which interprets the raw data, and
Summarycreates tables of means, errors, etc. suitable for further statistical analysis.
Summaryincludes methods for taking out outliers, estimating missing values, etc. It is a work in (constant) progress, but the current version is fully documented and can be downloaded here.
Eyenalis designed to help with the analysis of eyetracking experiments. It uses the
Summarylibrary above (included in the archive), together with the
|statstatistical analysis tools, written by Gary Perlman, to perform instant ANOVA analyses on the output of
eyedry. (If you have never heard of
eyedry, part of Chuck Clifton's experimental and analysis software for eyetracking experiments, then you don't need this. If you have heard of
eyedry, you really, really want it!)
Eyenalis written in Perl and should run on any modern computer (although it was designed and tested using Linux).
Eyeplot visualises data created using
eyewash, part of Chuck Clifton's
eyetracking analysis software (sample
output here [pdf]). It
is written in Perl and
relies on the GNU plotutils
library, together with its Perl interface
Eyeplot is only know to work under UNIX-like systems,
using X windows. If you download it and have any success in making it
work on another operating system, please let me know!
freqdataannotates an input file with frequency (or other) information;
freqmatchgives best matches in terms of frequency to target words. Both of these tools rely on the MRC psycholinguistic database (see here for more information and a more traditional interface). Source code for these utilities is available here (should compile on any UNIX-like system).
Scott McDonald has provided a web interface to several semantic space models derived from the British National Corpus (and therefore British English: highly recommended).
The LSA model (Landauer & Dumais, 1997) has a mature web interface to several variants derived from American English hosted at CU Boulder.
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