Analysis Notes for cicero/cif1

How to analyze Cicero and cif1. cif1 is pronounced "scifi." If a subject has cif1 data, they also have cicero data (not necessarily the inverse: cif1 started after Cicero). If you analyze a subject's cif1, you should also analyze their Cicero. Cicero is a bad pun based on some outdated labels for projects.

Cicero and cif1 are both single-syllable utterances. 


For normal hearing participants on the smng server:

For cif1:
Just like any other experiment. From the experiments folder, navigate to:
cif1/acousticdata/spXXX
From here, follow directions for general analysis in https://kb.wisc.edu/smng/internal/89601
If you need to place boundaries, place them at the beginning and end of the vowel.
The number of trials will differ by subject. It will likely be between 500 and 650 trials. They are all "Ed."

For cicero:

From the experiments folder, navigate to:
cicero//spXXX/production
Make sure you're in the production folder!!

From here, follow directions for general analysis in https://kb.wisc.edu/smng/internal/89601
You should separate the analysis by word using: ohs = expt.inds.words.oh  & eds = expt.inds.words.Ed
If you need to place boundaries, place them at the beginning and end of the vowel.

To pick up where you left off:
  • You must know what word and which trial you were on
  • In the command line, type find(word == trial#)and replace word with the word you are analyzing and replace trail# with the trial you left off on; e.g. find(beads == 436)
    • The number it gives back is the index in the word structure of the trial you were on
  • In the command line, type audioGUI([],word(index#:end),[],[],0) and replace word with the word you are analyzing and replace index# with the index the previous command returned; e.g. audioGUI([],beads(122:end),[],[],0)
  • Also, keep in mind that for each new participant, the color to trial to index relationship is different because it is randomized

For cochlear implant users on the bhl server:
 
Path to Sarah's formant tracking folder: 
\\wcs-cifs\wc\bhl\Projects\CI-TD Adults\Sarah_formant_tracking
This path takes you to a folder on a different server. You'll find both cif1 and cicero folders on this server. You can copy and paste that entire path into the path bar in Matlab.
All cif1 subjects will have a folder in the cicero directory, but not all cicero subjects will have a folder in the cif1 directory.
Follow directions for tracking above under normal hearing except:
There is no "production" folder. Go directly into a subject folder, denoted with just three letters (different lab; no "sp"), and begin tracking there. You'll see the data.mat and expt.mat structures as normal.




Keywords:cicero, cif1, cifi, analysis   Doc ID:98435
Owner:Sarah B.Group:Speech Motor Neuroscience Group
Created:2020-03-04 13:22 CSTUpdated:2020-06-04 13:44 CST
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