Speech and Hearing Institute News
New & updated web tools for speech analysis & display
New and revised tools that analyze speech in your browser:
See how these may be embedded in a web presentation for lectures or talks.
Web demonstrations of Bayesian statistics
Bayesian data analysis demos show how Bayesian sampling methods can be used to estimate the parameters of a statistical model of some data. The demonstrations show how Bayesian methods can be used for statistical inference from data as an alternative to conventional methods such as t-tests and regression.
New real-time amplitude & pitch display
Web version of WASP
The windows program WASP has proven very popular for recording and displaying speech as a waveform, spectrogram and pitch track. A new web version of WASP is now available. This has the essential functionality of the Windows application, including recording live audio, saving audio, loading audio and display with zoom and replay.
Web Audio DemonstrationsThe ESystem program has been very popular for learning about the nature of signals and systems, but up till now it has only been available as a Windows application. This has meant it has not been usable on Macs, tablets or phones. However there is a new web standard for processing audio inside web pages, and this means it becomes possible to build web applications that capture, analyse, generate and display signals. Now a prototype web audio version of ESystem is available! Do try it out and give us your feedback.
Unicode Phonetic Keyboard
The UCL Unicode Phonetic Keyboard is the highest rated installable keyboard for the input of phonetic transcription. It adds an alternative keyboard to Windows to aid the input of phonetic characters from a unicode font.
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Last modified: 08:17 18-Aug-2016.