[Air-L] Social Science Research Tools for Human Coders - Recommendations?

Alex Leavitt alexleavitt at gmail.com
Tue Nov 19 15:49:26 PST 2013

Hey Amar,

We ran into a similar issue with other tools, so we ended up just coding it
up ourselves. Our prototype is here: https://github.com/alexleavitt/twitanno



Alexander Leavitt
PhD Student
USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
Twitter: @alexleavitt <http://twitter.com/alexleavitt>

On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 8:44 AM, Amar Ashar <ashar at cyber.law.harvard.edu>wrote:

> Hi All-
> I'm writing on behalf of the Media Cloud <http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/
> research/mediacloud> team at the Berkman Center with a request for
> research help: does anyone know of existing tools/interfaces that work well
> for coding URLs? Specifically, we're looking for existing tools that
> automatically serve up a URL to 1+ human coders, ask 1+ questions of them
> (including branches), record the answer(s), and then seamlessly serve up
> the next URL in the set. We've looked at a few different survey and text
> analysis tools, from Qualtrics to various commercial and open-source
> platforms, but haven't found one that has this specific function. If anyone
> knows of anything out there it might be useful for us to look at, including
> free software we could remix for this purpose, or other recommendations,
> I'd be grateful.
> Thanks!
> Amar
> --
> Amar Ashar
> Berkman Center for Internet & Society
> Harvard University
> http://berkman.harvard.edu
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