Training resources and other references for new lab members
The following resources may be useful for getting up to speed in the lab.
See the KB doc on Programming in SMNG.
See the External Training section of the Brief Introduction to SMNG.
See the Formant Tracking section of the Brief Introduction to SMNG.
- A Manual of Audapter
- The nature of planned acoustic trajectories: Marc Boucek's masters thesis which became Audapter.
- Montreal Forced Aligner: website and documentation
- free-speech, a public repository of speech analysis tools
- wave_viewer, a graphical interface for pitch/formant tracking
- Our Github organization, including private repositories for ongoing studies
- Audapter Matlab code
- Audapter MEX code (C++)
- Neural markers of speech error detection and correction abilities in aphasia (Niziolek R00)
- The role of the cerebellum in speech (Parrell R01 subcontract)
- Establishing the clinical utility of sensorimotor adaptation for speech rehabilitation (Niziolek & Parrell MPI R01)
- Sensorimotor adaptation as a window to speech movement planning (Niziolek & Parrell MPI NSF)