LINGUIST List 25.3757

Thu Sep 25 2014

FYI: New Website for Indiana University Phonetics Lab

Editor for this issue: Uliana Kazagasheva <ulianalinguistlist.org>


Date: 25-Sep-2014
From: Aaron Albin <aaalbinindiana.edu>
Subject: New Website for Indiana University Phonetics Lab
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The Indiana University Phonetics Lab recently launched its new website:
http://www.indiana.edu/~phonlab/

The site contains extensive information for anyone whose research involves speech perception experiments or the quantitative analysis of speech acoustics. Whether you are a faculty whose classes touch on these topics or are a student taking such classes, we encourage you to take advantage of this resource.

An abbreviated site map is included at the bottom of this message, listing all of the resources not specifically tied to Indiana University. Note that each section of each page has a unique URL, so you can bookmark directly to the specific parts that you find most useful.

Please feel free to spread the word about the website by forwarding this message to fellow students/faculty, listservs, labs, reading groups, and colleagues at other universities.

Ken de Jong and Aaron Albin
Indiana University Phonetics Lab

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[1] ''Home'' page
A ''table of contents'' to the site and contact information

[2] ''Web Portal'' page
Approximately 175 links to resources about specific topics in phonetics - the vocal tract, the IPA, phonetic contrasts, intonation, acoustics, hearing/perception, speech synthesis/recognition, and datasets/tools for research

[3] ''Education'' page
Lists of approximately 20 pedagogical websites, 80 textbooks, 15 journals, and 10 associations/conferences related to phonetics

[4] ''Acoustics'' page
A catalogue of free software for managing recordings and acoustically analyzing speech – either via a graphical user interface, R/Python/Matlab scripting, or advanced C/C++/Tcl/Ruby programming

[5] ''Experiments'' page
Information on 40+ tools (free and commercial) for building and running experiments – either via a point-and-click interface, mini scripting languages, Python, Matlab, C/C++, Java, or delivered online

[6] ''Statistics'' page
Links to resources developed at Indiana University for learning Microsoft Excel, R programming, SPSS, and SAS


Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology

Page Updated: 25-Sep-2014