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TypeShift: A User Interface for Visualizing the Typing Production Process

  title={TypeShift: A User Interface for Visualizing the Typing Production Process},
  author={Adam Goodkind},
TypeShift is a tool for visualizing linguistic patterns in the timing of typing production. Language production is a complex process which draws on linguistic, cognitive and motor skills. By visualizing holistic trends in the typing process, TypeShift aims to elucidate the often noisy information signals that are used to represent typing patterns, both at the wordlevel and character-level. It accomplishes this by enabling a researcher to compare and contrast specific linguistic phenomena, and… 



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