- (it was first a psycholinguistic database for French; now it has other useful French resources)
- (computes p values for VAR3 output and works under Windows 7)
- Lexique Toolbox
- Bibtex to APA : an online tool that converts a bibtex reference to an APA one
- Undows Make it easier to work with unix tools under Windows
- La table des phonèmes du français (here the table from wikipedia)
- Les phonèmes du français (autre table mais en anglais)
- Memo Perl All the commands I need the most for working with Perl
- Memo R All the commands I need the most for working with R
- Azk2txt 1.05 [Perl script]
Transform your dmdx result file in a text file with the item number, its conditions, the rt, and the errors in a way that you will be able to import in any statistical software (I use it intensively). If you use it with a set of tools I’ll soon post, you’re able to make analysis of dmdx experiments in a few minutes.
Pcut 1.01 [Perl script] Allow to extract the columns in the order you want. (an advantage if we compare it to cut (in textutils)
Transpose 1.00 [Perl script] Transforms a file organised by columns in a file organised by lines.
Mean 1.24 [Perl script] If your file is organized by lines, it computes the mean of your line, removes the outliers (+/- two standard deviations but you can change that in the source code).
Finally it writes:
-An output with your conditions and the resulted mean.
-An output with your items and which are outliers.
Useful tools for psycholinguists
- R (a very powerful free software for statistics , if you want a graphical interface, try it with Rcmdr or pmg)
- Perl (a powerful tool for manipulating texts; it is with perl that I made the database Lexique)
- Ultraedit (a very powerful text editor; you have to pay, but it’s worth the price and better than any free software editor)
- Var3 (an easy and powerful software for ANOVA’s. This version is working under XP thanks to Thérèse Collins)
- Photos gratuites : 30 sites donnant accès à des photos gratuites (comme Stock Exchange)
- E-Prime (a good experiment generator; good support)
- PxLab (a good free experiment generator; almost no support)
- UsbMouseRate (software to change your usb polling rate to 1 every ms with win2000/XP)