R tutorial: data handling and graphs

A number of researchers who use R for analysis are still more comfortable to use Excel to organize their data. This is mostly due to Excel being "more intuitive" and because it often takes time and effort to find the appropriate functions in R. If you do, however, it usually turns out to be more efficient and less error prone. For this reason, we would like to put together some useful R syntax and combine it with different ways of graphing data into a tutorial session, which should last between 3 and 4 hours.


Stat course

We offer to teach the introductory stat course again this fall. Please use the doodle to register until October 18th.


Summer School 2013

The video recordings of the lectures from this year's summer school are now online. You have to be logged in to have access.


SMI eye tracking glasses

The two sets of eye tracking glasses arrived last week. After some testing it appears that they are well suited for the purpose of building a dialogue corpus.

In order to test the system, we created a task where one dialogue partner instructs the other to build a structure form everyday-life objects. Below, you can find the dialogue script and eye movement statistics for the most important objects. If you are logged in, you can also download the two videos with the current eye position marked as an orange circle.



new: office hours at your lab!

In trying to encourage Labex members to take advantage of our heures de consultations, we now offer the possibility to come to your lab, if there are at least 2-3 reserachers who would be interested. See here for more information


2-day statistics course

We offer another 2-day statistics course before summer. If you are interested in taking part, please sign up by writing an email to emilia dot ellsiepen at linguist dot univ-paris-diderot dot fr


Statistics colloquium

We currently plan to offer an open statistics colloquium, where we analyze real data from the participating researchers together. The goal is to give an opportunity to see the analysis of different data types in practice, and to give individual assistance. This is not a statistics course, so participants should have a background in statistics and preferrably also in R  already, either from taking part in our statistics course, or some comparable source.


Slides seminar at LPP

The slides from our seminar at LPP on experimental methods and our consulting service are available for downloading here.


Statistics course

Here are the materials used for the statistics course in December.

You can only see and download the files, if you are logged in.  If you are interested in taking part in the second course, which will take place January 31st and February 1st, please write an email to emilia dot ellsiepen at linguist dot univ-paris-diderot dot fr


Statistics Course News

The course on statistical analysis of experimental data will take place December 17th and 18th. However, since there were a number of people interested, there will be a second course in January. If you are interested in taking part, please indicate your availability in this doodle poll 



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