Hoarseness Diagram Information and Download Page
Follow this link to get general information about the hoarseness diagram.
There is a commandline version of the hoarseness diagramm
in the download directory available as source
and Windows binary. The software comes with no warranty.
It is not allowed to make
commercial use of the program or of the source code !
There is also a documentation directory where you
can find manuscripts of related articles.
- There is an Windows95 executable with a
readme file. There are also two
test vowels test.nsp(CSL/MDVP-format)
together with the corresponding output of the hoarseness
diagram comandline version test1.hd
and test2.hd. It is strongly
recommended to download these test files and to test the executable
(as described in the readme file).
- And there are the C++ sources (including
test files and results)
(tar'ed and g-zipped .tgz). There is a readme file included which
should help you to compile the program. It has been compiled on
Linux and with MS-VisualC++ 5. Other (Unix) plattforms should work
with no or minor changes. To start, type "gunzip hd-1-0.tgz" and then
"tar -xvf hd-1-0.tar". Then read the README file in the "hd-1-0"
- Now there is a new version hd-1-1c
of this software,
supporting non-ANSI and ANSI C++ compilers up to gcc-3.3.1 and Sun
Forte7 or SGI MIPSpro 220.127.116.11. Changed and tested under Solaris 7
(SPARC) and IRIX 6.5 (MIPS) by
- There are /bin/bash scripts
and plothd_ell2 (by H.W. Strube) for
displaying the hoarseness diagram from the hd output files (using gnuplot).
These are more recent and better than the plothd in hd-1-1c.tgz. See also
Last modified: Thu Nov 18 2010 H.W. Strube