Phonetics Lab Software

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This page houses guides for the software installed on lab computers.

Adobe Illustrator

Creating a Poster in AI

Ardour

Ardour is the digital audio recording and processing software we're now using in conjunction with the 8-channel audio interface, in place of Sound Studio.

Quick-Start Guide

Advanced Setup

Troubleshooting

Official Ardour manual & tutorials

Git & Subversion

Software versioning and revision control systems useable by UW linguistics students. See the UW Treehouse Wiki for more information.

Forced Aligners

P2FA

Setting up and running P2FA

Overview

Coming soon: a comparison of the various forced-aligners available.

OS X

Audio Settings

Praat

Praat is a free computer software package for the scientific analysis of speech in phonetics. It was designed, and continues to be developed, by Paul Boersma and David Weenink of the University of Amsterdam.

You can download Praat here .

The following is a file to help you get started in Praat File:OpeningPraat.pdf

PsychoPy

Official website

Introduction to PyschoPy (by Katie Drager, hosted with permission). File:PsychoPy handout.pdf

R

The basics: loading and manipulating data

Hugo Quené has a nice PDF tutorial that starts with the basics but also covers many popular analysis techniques.


Typesetting

LaTeX