LINGUIST List 2.441

Mon 26 Aug 1991

Disc: Software

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  1. Fan mail from some flounder?, Re: Responses: Software, Addresses, "On"
  2. Ron Smyth, Re: Responses: Software, Addresses, "On"

Message 1: Re: Responses: Software, Addresses, "On"

Date: Sun, 25 Aug 1991 13:07 EST
From: Fan mail from some flounder? <SDFNCRritvax.isc.rit.edu>
Subject: Re: Responses: Software, Addresses, "On"
Someone from Australia told me that there is software "out there" that lets you
keep 2 lines together, as in word-for-word glosses. Does anyone know more
about these programs, and could they be submitted to the software exhibit?
Susan Fischer
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Message 2: Re: Responses: Software, Addresses, "On"

Date: Mon, 26 Aug 91 01:42:31 EDT
From: Ron Smyth <smythlake.scar.utoronto.ca>
Subject: Re: Responses: Software, Addresses, "On"
Regarding software: Several weeks ago I asked for information regarding
Mac based software for running psycholinguistic experiments. To summarize,
there is none, yet. Brian MacWhinney is moving from one system to another,
but the new version will not be available until next year.
I wonder how many of you have home-made software, such as the sentence reading
time programme SPART (Stimulus Presentation And Reaction Time) that I had
developed by contract programmers, Luis Zegarra and Andrew Belle, a few
years ago. This programme exploits the Mac's internal clock, so requires no
external devices. The code is in TurboPascal, and the menu-driven interface
is fairly limited, although you can go into the code and make quite a few
simple changes. Does anyone else have experiences such as this to share?
Ron Smyth
smythlake.scar.utoronto.ca
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