LINGUIST List 2.377

Friday, 2 August 1991

Qs: Phonetic alphabet, Mac-based experiments

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  1. "MICHEL, Phonetic alphabet for French, English
  2. Ron Smyth, Mac-based experiments

Message 1: Phonetic alphabet for French, English

Date: Wed, 31 Jul 1991 15:28 EDT
From: "MICHEL <MGRIMAUDWELLCO.BITNET>
Subject: Phonetic alphabet for French, English
I started reading the character encoding exchange in the middle, so this
question may have been answered at the very beginning.
My need is rather simple. I would like to be able to use (while in Word-
Perfect 5.1) a program that would enable me to type the phonetic alphabet
symbols corresponding to FRENCH and hopefully (say) English and German...
and then being able to print them from my IBM-PC to an HP Laserjet.
I also want to do data analysis on the phonetic symbols once I've
transcribed a significant amount of text.
I've tried a couple of well-known companies and looked in the back pages of
LANGUAGE but haven't been able to find anything. Surely, there must be
something out there!
Michel Grimaud
Wellesley College
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Message 2: Mac-based experiments

Date: Thu, 1 Aug 91 11:51:30 EDT
From: Ron Smyth <smythlake.scar.utoronto.ca>
Subject: Mac-based experiments
Is anyone familiar with Macintosh-based software for controlling
 psycholinguistic
experiments (sentence reading time, word-by-word reading time in all its
forms, cross-modal priming, etc.)? Do you have comments about the IBM-based
MEL software (I have read reviews, but would like personal comments from
users).
Ron Smyth
smythlake.scar.utoronto.ca
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