A Virtual Lab for Human Communication Science.

Alveo provides on-line infrastructure for accessing human communication data sets (speech, texts, music, video, etc.) and for using specialised tools for searching, analysing and annotating that data.

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Intro to Alveo

We’ve created a handy tutorial which covers the main functionality of Alveo through 4 sections.

Part 1 introduces you to Alveo itself: how to log in, the interface, searching and accessing data, sorting data into lists and running basic frequency and concordance analyses.

Part 2 introduces Galaxy, and shows how to import your datafile lists into Galaxy.

Part 3 shows you how to use the rich repertoire of tools in Galaxy to run more complex analyses on your data.

Part 4 shows you how to combine your tools into Workflows which can be run repeatably over more datasets, and how you can share your Workflows with other researchers.

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Feature Collections

AusTalk Query Project
Explore a large set of Australian linguistic data with over 800 participants and thousands of items to choose from. You can find data from the AusTalk Corpus using speaker meta-data and prompt text.

Search AusTalk

Galaxy Workflow
Apply text and speech processing tools to data from the Alveo collections.

View Galaxy