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Interactional Discourse Lab

The interactional discourse lab (IDLab) is a free tool available to researchers analysing spoken interaction. This web tool was initially developed as a novel method for the quantitative analysis of the discourse of interdisciplinary research engagement, but it can be used in any interactional context (e.g. classrooms, meetings, conversations). Uniquely, it focuses on the interaction itself, rather than on merely spoken content. The tool is still in development and currently provides fairly basic graphic and network representations of interactional relationships.

See the official website for more information and some instructions.

You can use the tool here: https://interactionaldiscourselab.shinyapps.io/IDLab/ but this is the most up-to-date version and it runs locally on your machine.

This is an R package that uses shiny to render its user interface. To install R, go to http://www.r-project.org/.

Install

From R, install devtools if you don't have it or if you're not sure:

install.packages('devtools')

Then install rCharts and IDLab with:

devtools::install_github('ramnathv/rCharts')
devtools::install_github("aktionsart/interactionalDiscourseLab")

You only need to do this once.

Running the lab

From R, use:

library("interactionalDiscourseLab")

Then

launchIDLab()