Analyzing Interaction: Sequential Analysis with SDIS and GSEQ

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Cambridge University Press, 28. srp 1995. - Broj stranica: 155
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Analyzing Interaction provides the practical underpinnings needed to carry out the sorts of sequential analyses suggested by the earlier book. First, the authors introduce a simple notational scheme for sequential data (SDIS or Sequential Data Interchange Standard). They then discuss basic sequential statistics, elaborating and extending the material presented in Observing Interaction. Two computer programs are included with the book (these run under DOS on IBM-compatible personal computers). The SDIS program checks and prepares sequential data for efficient analysis. Then the General Sequential Querier program (GSEQ) tallies sequential data into contingency tables designed by the user and computes a variety of sequential statistics. GSEQ for Windows incorporates these two programs in a Windows version; it may be downloaded from either http://www.gsu.edu/~psyrab/sg.htm or http://www.ub.es/comporta/sg.htm. These web sites describe additional features of the Windows version and provide other useful information.

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Basic tools and terms
1
Talk attention distress and infants
10
Sessions conditions times and events
19
State timed event and interval data
31
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Specifying target and given codes
46
Modifying SDIS data
59
Specifying time windows
75
Computing contingency table statistics with GSEQ
82
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The SDISGSEQ user interface
104
A Installing and running SDIS and GSEQ
129
Critical values for chi square
148
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