Frequency of mixed errors

Brielle Stark brielle.stark at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 15:41:27 EDT 2018


Hi there,

When a word is coded as mixed error (that is, a * s and a * p code), how
might we use the freq command to see how many mixed errors exist? I know
how to call out specific error codes, such as:

freq +s"[\* s*]" +s"[\* p*]" +t*PAR *.cha

but is there a way to specialize the above code to call out *only* mixed
errors (e.g. those with both an *s and a *p code?)

Many thanks,

Brie

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*Brielle Stark, PhD*
Assistant Professor, Speech and Hearing Sciences
Indiana University

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