LINCE PLUS: Research Software for Behavior Video Analysis
Soto Fernández, Alberto
Anguera, M. Teresa
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For many years the free LINCE software has been used by many researchers needing a tool to tag behaviors using video recordings, coding behaviors and data register. However, as a research group we envisage new challenges with regards to technology novelties, designing a new tool for the future that can be used in any type of device and closely working on line. LINCE PLUS is a free systematic observational research software that will enable including new trends such as artificial intelligence, web management, collaborative work as well as complex statistical packages, such as integrating the same R language compiler inside the application. It’s time for LINCE PLUS.
Is part ofApunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 2019, núm. 137, p. 149-153
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Soto Fernández, Alberto; Camerino Foguet, Oleguer; Iglesias, Xavier; Anguera, M. Teresa; Castañer Balcells, Marta (Springer, 2021)This paper aims to offer a free software program, LINCE PLUS, suitable for systematic observational studies in sports and health, conducted in natural contexts such as training, education or psychology. Using one or several ...
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Gabin, Brais; Camerino Foguet, Oleguer; Anguera, Mª. Teresa; Castañer Balcells, Marta (Elsevier, 2012)The present paper describes a new multiplatform software application, LINCE, whose versatility makes it ideally suited to the analysis of sports performance. LINCE (see Figure 1) can be used to observe any episode of ...