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All diagnoses Morse code
  • Summary

    There are 4 cases in this dataset, with a mean text entry rate of 6.22 wpm. The minimum was 3.39 wpm, the maximum was 12.39 wpm, and the standard deviation was 4.16 wpm. The histogram below shows the distribution of text entry rate across these 4 cases. The most common range was text entry rate between 4 and 6 wpm, representing 2 individuals.

  • Explore

    This section displays a variety of views of the retrieved data, including how text entry rate varies with interface, diagnosis, or body site, where applicable.

    The number of data points in each category is specified only for low N (below 5 data points).

    Text Entry Rate by Interface. Shows average for each interface in the retrieved dataset.

    Text Entry Rate by Diagnosis. Shows average for each diagnosis in the retrieved dataset.

    Text Entry Rate by Body Site. Shows average for each body site in the retrieved dataset.

  • Individual Data. Each row is a case for a single subject in the dataset.

    Study Subject Age Gender Diagnosis Interface Body site Word prediction? TER (wpm)
    Hsieh 1999 13 14 M cerebral_palsy morse_code_1_switch foot N 4.88
    Hsieh 1999 13 14 M cerebral_palsy morse_code_1_switch foot N 4.23
    Hsieh 1999 13 14 M cerebral_palsy morse_code_1_switch hand_non_typing N 3.39
    Levine 1986 1 - M SCI_high_cervical morse_code_2_switch mouth N 12.39


  • The list below shows all studies in the dataset that match your search criteria.

    • A comparison of Mouthstick and Morse code text inputs Levine S, Gauger J, Bowers L, Khan K. (1986) Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 2(2), 51-55. Show abstract
    • Morse code typing training of an adolescent with cerebral palsy using microcomputer technology: case study Hsieh M, Luo C. (1999) AAC: Augmentative & Alternative Communication, 15(4), 216-221. Show abstract

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