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software:hidex [2010/11/01 14:07] (current)
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 +==== General =====
 +  *  Easy installation (around 15 reading the manual)
 +  *  The authors suggest that the software can deal with huge corpora quickly.
 +  *  [[http://​www.psych.ualberta.ca/​~westburylab/​projects/​HDMoLS.html|Download the software]]
 +  *  [[http://​www.psych.ualberta.ca/​~westburylab/​downloads/​HowToUseHiDEx.txt|Manual.]]
 +  *  [[http://​www.psych.ualberta.ca/​~westburylab/​downloads/​HiDEx.vectorset.download.html|Corpus.]]
 +  *  Hidex is intended to produce Hal models introduced by Curt Burgess in 1996.
 +  *  The software is extremely new (it is in the version 0.03) so it is hard to know if it works adequately.  ​
 +  *  I have not tested the software yet.
 +==== Installation =====
 +  *  Check whether you have the right c++ compiler <file bash>g++ -v</​file>​ You should have version 4.2 or higher
 +  *  [[http://​www.psych.ualberta.ca/​~westburylab/​downloads/​HiDEx.download.html|Download]] the tar file and untar it in the desired location<​file bash>tar xzf hidex.[version].tgz</​file>​
 +  *  Go to the directory and compile the program<​file bash>​make index</​file>​ You should now change a line in the file Makefile, in particular you would like to change the variable BINDIR. It should looke like:<​file bash>#​BINDIR=~/​bin
 +  *  Now run in the terminal:<​file bash>​sudo make install</​file>​By now you should be done.