ILER: A Web-Accessible Resource for Research in Forensic Linguistics

Carole E Chaski


ILER is a web-accessible platform for empirical research in forensic linguistics. It enables new researchers and practitioners to conduct mature research from literature review, experimental design, experiment review and approval, subject recruitment, human subjects protection and confidentiality agreement, subject demographic information collection, data collection, to data analysis.


linguistic data collection, world wide web, Internet, human subjects protection, ground truth data, empirical linguistics, experiment design

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