LiveCode uses in Science
terry.judd at unimelb.edu.au
Sun May 11 20:16:41 EDT 2014
I'm sure I'm not the only one doing this butŠ
I've used Livecode in some way to collect and/or analyse data for most of
the papers I've authored or co-authored over the last 10-15 years.
Unfortunately you won't find any/many specific mentions of Livecode in
these articles as the convention is to describe processes or methods
rather than which proprietary tools were used. Most of the more recent
publications involve the application of what are now generally referred to
as 'learning analytics' approaches to large datasets. In general, the data
for these studies was both collected and analysed using solutions built
with Livecode. There are links to the various articles vial my Google
...you will probably need to be associated with a university library to
access the full text of most of these but if anyone really wants a full
text copy of a particular paper then I can probably provide it.
Dr Terry Judd
Medical Education Unit
The University of Melbourne
On 12/05/2014 07:59 AM, "Alejandro Tejada" <capellan2000 at gmail.com> wrote:
>Does LiveCode newsletters publish articles about
>LiveCode uses in Science?
>Just found this:
>"eMac using Livecode programming software. Each participant sat
>approximately 20 inches from the computer monitor and wore
>headphones to hear the task instructions and to block out distractor
>noise. Upon detecting a change, participants used a computer keyboard
>and internal microphone to make their response."
>and this article:
>of which i could not find the complete text online.
>Does anyone knows about other Livecode uses in Science?
>Have a nice week!
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