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GSEQ 5   GSEQ Version 5.1. This version runs in Windows 95 or later. It includes new algorithms for computing interobserver agreement, both for event and timed-event sequential data, which are described in:

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 (1), 137-147.

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 (1), 39-49.

Older GSEQ versions: Previous Windows and DOS versions are no longer available and supported.


More software:

ActSds   ActSds (Mangold's INTERACT to SDIS converter): ActSds converts Mangold's INTERACT data files, various versions, into SDIS files that can be subsequently analyzed by GSEQ. Runs in Windows 95 or later. For information about INTERACT, visit Mangold International site. ActSds is described in:

Bakeman, R., & Quera. V. (2008). ActSds and OdfSds: Programs for converting INTERACT and The Observer data files into SDIS timed-event sequential data files. Behavior Research Methods, 40 (3), 869-872.

OdfSds   OdfSds and ObsTxtSds (Noldus' The Observer to SDIS converter): OdfSds converts Version 5 and earlier, and ObsTxtSds Version 6 and later, Noldus' The Observer data files  into SDIS files that can be subsequently analyzed by GSEQ. Runs in Windows 95 or later. For information about The Observer, visit Noldus Information Technology site. OdfSds is described in:

Bakeman, R., & Quera. V. (2008). ActSds and OdfSds: Programs for converting INTERACT and The Observer data files into SDIS timed-event sequential data files. Behavior Research Methods, 40 (3), 869-872.

ILOG   ILOG: A standalone program for log-linear analysis. Log-linear analysis can be useful for analyzing event sequential data in particular, as described in Chapter 11 of Bakeman and Quera (2011). GSEQ's Export N-way table utility writes files than can be read directly by ILOG. The current version is ILOG 4; an earrlier DOS version was described in:

Bakeman, R., & Robinson, B. F. (1994). Understanding log-linear analysis with ILOG: An interactive approach. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

ELign   ELign: A standalone program for aligning event sequential data by means of dynamic programming algorithms, and computing an alignment kappa. Note that the ELign algorithm is included in GSEQ 5 as well; using GSEQ 5 for aligning event sequences and computing Kappa is easier than using ELign. Runs in Windows 95 or later. Described in:

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 (1), 39-49.