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 non-commercial purposes only. To the best of my knowledge they work as described. Still, if you think something does not work quite right, e-mail me and let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org). 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 log-linear analysis. This is a Windows version of our original ILOG for DOS program described in: Bakeman, R., & Robinson, B. F. (1994). Understanding log-linear 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 Timed-Event Sequential Data: A Comparison of Time-Based and Event-Based Algorithms. Behavior Research Methods, 41,1379–147. Download OASTES zip file; contains program and write-up. OASTES simulates observer agreement for observers of a given accuracy and computes 2 time-based and 3 event-based kappas.|
Last revised January 8, 2015.