I wrote these computer progam in Borland's Delphi (various versions). They run in a Windows environment (95, 98, ME, XP, Vista, Windows7). I provide them free of charge, but for noncommercial purposes only. To the best of my knowledge they work as described. Still, if you think something does not work quite right, email me and let me know (bakeman@gsu.edu). In the spirit of shareware, if you find these programs useful, I would be pleased if you would contriubte $25 (or any other amount) in my name to the Psychology Department Enhancement Fund, Georgia State University Foundation (Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303).
bootCI: Software to compute confidence intervals. This program computes percentile bootstrap confidence intervals for the change in variance accounted for when one or more additional variables are added to a multiple regression equation (delta R squared or the semiartial correlation squared). The program also computes confidence intervals for simple correlation coefficients using both bootstrap methodology and the standard approximation formula. 

GSEQ5: Software for sequential analysis. See Bakeman, R., & Quera, V. (2011). Sequential Analysis and Observational Methods for the Behavioral Sciences. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.  
ILOG4: Software for loglinear analysis. This is a Windows version of our original ILOG for DOS program described in: Bakeman, R., & Robinson, B. F. (1994). Understanding loglinear analysis with ILOG: An interactive approach. Hillsdale, NJ: Lasrence Erlbaum Associates.  
ComKappa3: Software to compute Cohen's kappa. This zip file contains a new (November 23, 2012) and improved version of ComKappa as described in: Robinson, B. F., & Bakeman, R. (1998). ComKappa: A Windows 95 program for calcualting kappa and related statistics. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 30, 731–732.  
BWPower: Software to compute compute power. This program (exe file) computes power for analyses of variance designs with and without repreated measures. It is described in Bakeman, R., & McArthur, D. (1999). Determining the power of multiple regression analyses both with and without repeated measures. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 31, 150–154.  
FalliObs: This program is described in Bakeman, R., Quera, V., McArthur, D., & Robinson, B. F. (1997). Detecting sequential patterns and determining their reliability with fallible observers. Psychological Methods, 2, 357–370  
RanSL: This program shuffles lists of items randomly or prepare lists of random selected items.  
ELign: Quera, V., Bakeman, R., & Gnisci, A.(2007). Observer Agreement for Event Sequences: Methods and Software for Sequence Alignment and Reliability Estimates. Behavior Research Methods, 39, 39–49. Download ELign zip file; contains program and example data files. ELign aligns event sequences and computes an alignment kappa (see Bakeman & Quera, 2011).  
OASTES: Bakeman, R., Quera, V., & Gnisci, A.(2009). Observer Agreement for TimedEvent Sequential Data: A Comparison of TimeBased and EventBased Algorithms. Behavior Research Methods, 41,1379–147. Download OASTES zip file; contains program and writeup. OASTES simulates observer agreement for observers of a given accuracy and computes 2 timebased and 3 eventbased kappas. 
Last revised January 8, 2015.