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Re: sinfa using matlab

I have not tried this, but i am willing to bet you can get FIX running on a modern PC with DOSbox, which is a cross-platform MS-DOS emulator. It’s most famous for letting you play very old video games in your web browser (http://playdosgamesonline.com/), but there’s no reason it shouldn’t work just as well for Real Work.


On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 5:06 AM, David Jackson Morris <dmorris@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Dear Skyler,

I have been on a similar search and found an R package by David van Leeuwen that is available at github.  Please let me know if you find any other alternatives?  

FIX is really awesome, but every time I want to use it I have to go over to Grannies and boot the Win 95 machine, and she makes me eat poppyseed cake which makes me tummy sore. . .


David Jackson Morris, PhD
Københavns Universitet/University of Copenhagen
INSS/Audiologopædi/Speech Pathology & Audiology
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From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception [AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] on behalf of Skyler Jennings [Skyler.Jennings@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 9:15 PM
To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: sinfa using matlab

Dear list,


I am writing in search of MATLAB-based software that performs sequential information transfer (SINFA; Wang and Bilger, 1973). I am impressed with the quality of the DOS-based software maintained by UCL called “FIX;” however, it would be more convenient to do the analysis in MATLAB if possible.


I appreciate any help you can offer, whether it be guiding me to publically-available software, or sharing software that you’ve developed.   







Skyler G. Jennings, Ph.D., Au.D. CCC-A

Assistant Professor

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

College of Health University of Utah

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Graham Voysey
Boston University College of Engineering
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Auditory Biophysics and Simulation Laboratory
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