New version Inputlog 5.1 | May 22, 2013
A new version of Inputlog is now available. Inputlog 5.1 includes new and extended analyses: new categories in the summary analysis, source analysis, revision analysis, automated process graphs etc. This version also has a new interface with more focus on the pre and post processing of data files. For instance, you can now filter and merge data within the program itself. Also the installation procedure is updated and a lot of smaller debugs are fixed. The version is compatible with the latest computer configurations. | download
October 14, Sunday, Shandong University, Jinan, China
Keynote Presentation by Luuk Van Waes at the 8th international Symposium on EFL Writing Research and Teaching | abstract.
October 12, Friday, Nanjing University, China
Presentation and workshop entitled "Using keystroke logging in writing research: An introduction to Inputlog" | abstract
August 28, Tuesday 11:00 - 12:30, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Tutorial entitled "Keystroke logging in a Windows environment via Inputlog (5.1)" at the Measuring Behavior Conference | abstract
July 10th we have presented the latest version of Inputlog 5.1 at the pre-conference workshop during the Sig Writing conference. The presentation is now available.
At June 4 and 5 we have presented about keystroke logging in writing process research at a PhD summer school at CAiAC Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. The themes were: pauses related to typing errors, live subtitling and triangulation of writing process research. You can download the slides and handouts of the presentations.
You can take a look at a demonstration video in which we combine Inputlog with Tobii T60.
You can now watch video tutorials that describe importing data in excel, some basic and elaborate coding, creating pivot tables and producing visual representations of the writing process.