I have a smattering of blog posts that I previously put on ice to work on other projects and other things that I need to get written before I go off the grid until August.
The beta version of OpenAnthroPac has been released. Version Brisbane (0.2.0) allows a user to turn a text file containing free list data in AnthroPac's format into a comma separated file. The CSV contains Smith's S, Sutrop's S, the average ranks, and the frequencies.
Currently I am working on turning the data into rank and binary matrices. After that is done, I am going to start on generating MDS plots.
If you have any questions or issues, feel free to submit a bug on github or send me an email.
Modeled after my last tab clearing post, here are some articles that have been sitting in my open tabs for the past few weeks.
- Sometimes the ghost-based website you are working on needs a twitter widget.
- If you are a cultural anthropologist that uses a mac, here is a tutorial on how to use anthropac on your computer without dual booting windows.
- Academic freedom is important.
- The final decision of the arbitration committee for the Contribsx case has been posted.
Sutrop, U. 2001. List task and a cognitive salience index. Field Methods. 13:263-276.[↩]