Workshop: Experimental and Computational Approaches to Linguistic Fieldwork

You can now book a place in our Research Methods Workshop, May 27th/28th: (you will need to register to book).

https://shortcoursesgateway.essex.ac.uk/Guests/GuestCourse.aspx?CourseRef=ECALF:LING 

http://shortcoursesgateway.essex.ac.uk/Portal/Default (for more courses)

See programme below. If you have further questions, you can send me an email: seisen@essex.ac.uk

Sonja Eisenbeiss

 

27.5.2014

9-12

Video recording and editing for stimulus creation and the collection of production data

John Moore, UoE

13-16:30

Field-appropriate experimental methods (with an introduction to DMDX and PRAAT)

Sonja Eisenbeiss, Katrin Skoruppa, Naledi Kgolo, UoE

Vaishna Narang, JNU

17-18

Tasks and stimuli for stimulus-based elicitation of language production data

Sonja Eisenbeiss, UoE

 

28.5.2014

9-11

The ethics of experimental studies in fieldwork conditions

Vaishna Naran, JNU

Sonja Eisenbeiss, UoE

11-12

Introduction to Python: probably the best programming language for scientific computing.

Alexei Vernitski, UoE

13-15

Introduction to R for quantitative data analysis

Sonja Eisenbeiss, UoE

15:30-18:00

Mixed Models in R

Sonja Eisenbeiss, UoE

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