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Automatische Transkription, mit Schweizer Mundart-Erkennung und Branchenfokus: recapp.ch.

Der Dienst töggl ist ein KI-getriebenes Spracherkennungsprogramm mit Fokus auf Schweizer Sprachen, insbesondere Schweizerdeutsch. Satzzeichen werden von selbst gesetzt. Segmentierung nach Sprechern erfolgt ebenfalls automatisch. Nach dem Transkribieren kann der Text manuell überarbeitet und anschliessend exportiert werden: xn--tggl-5qa.ch, töggl.ch.

Review by Digitec “Schwiizertüütsch transkribieren – Töggl im Test”: digitec.ch/de/page/schwiizertueuetsch-transkribieren-toeggl-im-test-22436.

Trint’s AI turns audio & video files to text in 30+ languages. Tell stories faster by transcribing, translating, editing and collaborating in a single workflow: trint.com.

Weitere Reviews: blog.clickomania.ch/2023/02/03/transkriptions-tools-im-vergleich/#4-3, blog.clickomania.ch/2021/12/08/toeggl-ch/.

Weiteres Tool: iit-services.ch/stt4sg.

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Research project on a sentence-level transcription engine from Swiss German audio to Standard German text, by FHNW & ZHAW: https://stt4sg.fhnw.ch.

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MindProbe is a server to host online experiments. This server runs the open-source software JATOS, which is compatible with several free software packages for developing online experiments, including OpenSesame/ OSWeb, jsPsych, and Lab.JS. MindProbe is sponsored by ESCOP, with Journal of Cognition as their official journal. MindProbe is free: mindprobe.eu.

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Automated transcripts and translations in 40+ languages: https://sonix.ai/.

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This is a step-by-step manual to configure a Limesurvey poll to show X questions from a (random) selection of Y question groups.

The proof of concept can be accessed here: https://survey.toolsforresearch.com/index.php/345678. The compliation was borrowed from Tony Partner:

The full manual can be found here: https://toolsforresearch.com/limesurvey-randomly-show-x-out-of-y-question-groups and an excerpt of it is copied below.

1) The slider to choose the number of groups (variable x)

Create a ‘Multiple numerical input’ question with Qcode ‘gcount’. The maximum should match the number of random groups within randomization group (‘y’).

Add a subquestion ‘1’. The variable ‘x’ will be stored in ‘gcount_1’.

2) Random groups

Create the random groups: ‘randGroups1’ in randomization group.

3) Equation in each random group

Every random group should start with a hidden question of the equation type.

The value of the equation is the sum of the RelevanceStatuses for all the other groups in the same Randomization group.

4) Questions within a random question group

The trick is that every (visible) question within each random group must have a relevance equation that checks if the equation of the current random group is less than gcount_1 (the ‘x’ variable). The relevance equation is entered in the general options of each question.

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Simple transcription tool (from researchers) for researchers: http://fishtranscribe.iwi.unibe.ch.

A tutorial (in German) is available here: http://www.iwi.unibe.ch/…/NutzungvonFishTranscribe_ger.pdf.

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This site’s mission is twofold: to analyze the world of data science, and to help people learn to use R. R is free, open source, software for data science that is similar to the “big three” commercial packages: SAS, SPSS, and Stata: http://r4stats.com.

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