Links

The following list is a somewhat random collection of tools and resources that I turn to often or that I have found particularly helpful in understanding concepts or implementing analysis.

Phonetics | Data processing | Statistics | Scripts | Misc

Phonetics

- General phonetics resources (compiled by Jennifer Smith at UNC)
- f0 in Praat: Background info about the way f0 is calculated and measured in Praat.
- List of all Illustrations of the IPA (freely available)
- UCLA Phonetics Lab Archive: Recordings in several styles in a wide variety of languages

Data processing

- AutoVOT: Automatic measurement of Voice Onset Time (Keshet, Sonderegger, Knowles)
- PraatAlign: Interactive, multi-language forced phonetic aligner (Lubbers, Torreira)
- FAVE-Align: Implementation of the Penn Forced Aligner
- Some notes on using FAVE-Align

- Cookbook for R: especially helpful for graphing
- R colors
- Error/warning handling in R functions

Statistics

- UCLA Data Analysis Examples: Examples of worked statistical analyses in Stata, SAS, SPSS, MPlus, and R
- What statistical analysis should I use?
- Interactions in Logistic Regression

- R Library contrast coding systems for categorical variables
- Barr: Coding categorical variables when analyzing factorial experiments with regression
- Coding Tutorial by Maureen Gillespie (also helpful are other sets of slides from the same workshop by F. Jaeger and P. Graff)

- Bates (2010). lme4: Mixed-effects modeling with R
- r-sig-mixed-models FAQ
- Bates et al. (2014). Fitting linear mixed-effects models using lme4
- UCLA Introduction to Generalized Linear Mixed Models
- Model specification and parameters
- Convergence issues in lme4
- Confidence Intervals

- R Data Analysis Examples: Mixed Effects Logistic Regression (including visualization)
- Bolker - GLMM worked examples

Scripts

Misc