Community resources

Here are a few of the community resources that I’ve helped develop. Click on the project description to check out the resource. Additional information related to the project are available in the thumbnails below the description, including open-access publications or preprints (), non-OA publications (; available for personal use only), GitHub repositories (), OSF projects (), and miscellaneous information ().

ALIGN. Python library for extracting quantitative, reproducible metrics of multi-level alignment between two speakers in naturalistic language corpora.

bwlf. Code to help get text data into recurrence-ready analysis form. Development supported by the NSF under grants BCS-0826825 and BCS-0926670.

crqa-tools. Tutorials and tools to help with RQA and CRQA in R. Currently includes tutorials on continuous and categorical RQA and CRQA, along with tools to help with plotting.

Frame-differencing method. MATLAB code for measuring body movement and interpersonal synchrony from videos. Development supported by the NSF under grants BCS-0826825 and BCS-0926670.

Gensim-LSI-Word-Similarities. Functions to calculate various similarity scores from Gensim's latent semantic indexing in Python.

living-documents. A tutorial on using Jupyter notebooks and R markdown to create living documents and reproducible reports.

plotting-coupled-data. Code plots coupled categorical and continuous time series in a single, elegant plot. It was originally created to visualize concurrent speech (categorical) and movement (continuous) signals in the same plot.

PsyGlass. Code to enable researchers to turn Google Glass into a tool for experiment design and data collection.

stats-tools. Bits of code to help clean up and display statistical analyses, largely in R.

xsede-quickstarts. A few quickstart guides to getting going on XSEDE resources (Jetstream and PSC Bridges). In addition to walkthroughs, it also includes some basic scripts that you can use as templates to help manage your instances.