This library presents a few example searches, both as a way to get some quick and interesting results, and as a way of learning what AT-node can do. We've also included some papers and presentations that have been developed using the data in AT-node.

  • Example Searches

    These are just a few examples, some of which may contain additional graphs and analyses beyond what the standard search formats provide. Click the title to view results for the example. Take a look and explore!

    • Example 1. Use of physical keyboards, on-screen keyboards, and speech recognition by users with cervical spinal cord injury. This example highlights three of the more common interfaces used by people who have a cervical spinal cord injury. Show How-to
    • Example 2. All studies on Morse code. Here we view all available data on users with physical impairments using Morse code. Spoiler alert: there's not as much data as you might think. Show How-to
  • A list of papers and presentations that use data from the AT-node for Access database.

    • Effect of diagnosis, body site, and experience on text entry rate of individuals with physical disabilities: A systematic review Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2017) Disability & Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, ePub ahead of print. Show abstract
    • Text entry rate of access interfaces used by people with physical disabilities: A systematic review Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2017) Assistive Technology, ePub ahead of print. Show abstract
    • Text entry rate of access interfaces used by people with physical impairments Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2017) Proceedings of RESNA 2017 Conference. Show abstract
    • Systematic review of text entry methods for people with physical impairments Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2016) Proceedings of RESNA/NCART 2016 Conference. Show abstract

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