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Scikit-learn is an open source machine learning library that supports supervised and unsupervised learning. It also provides various tools for model fitting, data preprocessing, model selection, model evaluation, and many other utilities.

Authors:  Jérémie du BoisberrangerJoris Van den BosscheLoïc EstèveThomas J. FanAlexandre GramfortOlivier GriselYaroslav HalchenkoNicolas HugAdrin JalaliJulien JerphanionGuillaume LemaitreChristian LorentzenJan Hendrik MetzenAndreas MuellerVlad NiculaeJoel NothmanHanmin QinBertrand ThirionTom Dupré la TourGael VaroquauxNelle VaroquauxRoman Yurchak
Updated:  2022-01-22
Keywords:  machine-learningPythonprogrammingclustering

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An open-source, cross-platform toolbox for minimal-effort programming of eye tracking experiments.

Authors:  Edwin S. DalmaijerSebastiaan MathôtStefan Van der Stigchel
Updated:  2021-12-03
Keywords:  eyetrackingvisual-stimulusauditory-stimulusPythonexperimentprogramming

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Soundgen is an open-source toolbox for voice synthesis, manipulation, and analysis.

Authors:  Andrey Anikin
Updated:  2021-11-21
Keywords:  sound-synthesispitchexperimentfrequencyprogrammingacoustics

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CMU Sphinx is a set of speech recognition development libraries and tools that can be linked in to speech-enable applications.

Authors:  Evandro GouveaPeter GorniakPhilip KwokPaul LamereBeth LoganPedro MorenoBhiksha RajMosur RavishankarBent Schmidt-NielsenRita SinghJM Van ThongWillie WalkerManfred WarmuthJoe WoelfelPeter Wolf
Updated:  2019-10-23
Keywords:  speechprogrammingJavaexperimentEnglishFrenchMandarinGermanDutchRussian

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PredPsych is a user-friendly toolbox based on machine learning predictive algorithms. It comprises of multiple functionalities for multivariate analyses of quantitative behavioral data based on machine learning models.

Authors:  Atesh Koul
Updated:  2019-07-23
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Keywords:  psychologyexperimentprogrammingneuroscienceEnglish

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AUditory syntaX (AUX)

AUX (AUditory syntaX) is a scripting syntax specifically designed to describe and process auditory signals. In a nutshell, it consists of 1) functions to create and process sound signals, 2) operators particularly relevant to sounds, and 3) usual mathematic operations that you may find in any programming language.

Authors:  Bomjun J. Kwon
Updated:  2016-07-20
Keywords:  speechlanguageauditionpsychoacousticword-recognitionexperimenteducationprogrammingEnglish

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jsPsych is a JavaScript framework for creating behavioral experiments that run in a web browser.

Authors:  Joshua de Leeuw
Updated:  2015-09-22
Keywords:  experimentpsychologybehaviordataprogramming