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last modified 2013-04-08 14:43

Frequently Asked Questions


  • How do I access AMIDA corpus?
    Just login or register here for free and go to "Access AMIDA corpus" section of the menu.
  • Why do I need to register?
    We need to be able to argue that creating the data was time and money well-spent, and so we need enough information to make that case.
  • Where is the documentation?
    Full documentation of the corpus is available from Documentation section of the menu.
  • What annotations have been performed?
    All the documentation about the annotation are visible in the Documentation section.
  • Can I download data?
    Yes. First you need to login or register here for free and go to Download section. This page can be used to download everything except high resolution videos - that is, audio, reduced video, transcription and annotations. The chooser allows you to specify what parts of the data you want, to reduce the download size.
  • Is there a manifest of the download files?
    You can find out what files should be in your download by looking at the wget script you used to obtain them - it lists each file separately. View it in any text editor. Some files that you might be expecting for a complete corpus might not be present; the HTML page you reach after asking for the download wget script explains any omissions.
  • Can I download everything there is?
    No. The full corpus contains high resolution videos that can only be obtained by requesting a firewire hard disk drive. Information about this is available from here for which you need to login or register here for free.
  • I can't find the transcriptions - where are they?
    They're in with the annotations, in a zip file on the Download page.
  • What consent form have meeting participants signed?
    The original text of the AMI and AMIDA consent form is in 041119-AMI_Meetings_Corpus_Consent_Formjp.pdf.
  • How can I comment or ask questions?
    Please use the contact form.
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