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Depending on the possibilities of the automatic generation of log-files, methods of data collection varied (from experimental settings to non-reactive settings) since the project intended to analyse natural chat conversation.
This contribution presents three empirical approaches to data collection and their implications for the research project.
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Below is a list (ordered by date, newest first) of our recent news and events.2016-07-02: CHANNEL STATISTICS IMPROVED (Posted by Cutting Edge)We've added more content to the channel information page for each channel, in the form of a user concurrency graph for channels that maintain 10 or more users.
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DALnet pioneered nickname and channel registration, giving users the right and ability to govern their online experience, without the fear of channel takeover, impersonation or harassment.
The page includes a set of graphs, as well as activity during specific slots over selected periods (today, weekly, monthly and total).
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IRC, webchat, youth chat, children, adolescents Table of Contents 1. Data Collection 2.1 "IRC log-files": co-operation with local Internetcafé 2.2 "Webchat" log-files: quasi-experimental setting at the CMR 2.3 " non-reactive setting through chat server access 3. About the Project The research project "Process analysis of the communication of children and adolescents in the Internet" started in July of 1999 with a six-month pilot study.
The whole project expects to last two years and is funded by the Berlin-Forschung (FU Berlin).