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Re: Listening experiments online
One interesting project that gives much tighter control on the way the sounds are played than dewplayer:
For the rest, the best is probably to store your results in any type of SQL database. You can then get the data from almost any software (Excel, Matlab, Python, R, SPSS...).
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De: "Marcelo Caetano" <gaiolouvo-auditory@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
EnvoyÃ: Mercredi 27 Avril 2011 10h05:27 GMT +00:00 GMT - Grande-Bretagne, Irlande, Portugal
Objet: Re: [AUDITORY] Listening experiments online
Hello Rahul and others who might be interested,
I'm sorry it took me so long to reply, I was kind of busy finishing my PhD.
I actually did one of those online experiments (which I announced on the auditory list). I got an example of the html code here http://recherche.ircam.fr/anasyn/caetano/survey/survey0311.html
This page uses a php code named post2mail2.php (written by Gilles Degottex) that you can find here http://recherche.ircam.fr/anasyn/caetano/scripts/
The page uses the free flash-based dewplayer. You can download it here http://www.alsacreations.fr/dewplayer-en.html
Hope that helps. Don't hesitate to contact me if you still have any questions.
De: "Shrivastav,Rahul" <rahul@xxxxxxx>
Enviadas: Quarta-feira, 13 de Abril de 2011 18:40
Assunto: Re: [AUDITORY] Listening experiments online
I have frequently seen (and sometimes participated in) experiments where the audio files are played online and responses are recorded using simple java/asp/html/other scripts (which can be run within a browser). Would someone on this list be willing to share their code/scripts for such an experiment? Iâm guessing these are relatively simple to do, but why re-invent the wheel?
Rahul Shrivastav, Ph.D.
Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences
Dauer Hall, PO Box 117420
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: (352) 273-3710
Fax: (352) 846-0243