At a user’s request, I dug up some old videos of how to use CogTool and put them on GitHub. They play in your browser.
Download the set at https://github.com/cogtool/CogTool-demonstration-videos/releases/tag/1.0
Open the page called “cogtool-demonstrations.html” in your browser to see a list of links you can click to get little snippets of video instruction.
Please note that these were made for a much older version of CogTool, so some of the menus have changed (as well as the CogTool website it shows), but the functionality is much the same and people have found these useful despite being made with an old version.
A couple of dozen publications are now available by clicking “Publications” on this page, currently on the navigation tabs along the top and also in the navigation bar on the left.
You can now get the CogTool application (executable for Mac and PC), the open-source code itself, and the User Guide from GitHub.
You can get to this by clicking “Software” on this page, currently on the navigation tabs along the top and also in the navigation bar on the left.
The CogTool website at Carnegie Mellon was taken down the first week of March 2014. All the content has been saved and will eventually appear here. I also intend to answer questions through this blog. Soon, I promise… (a song from “A Little Night Music”)
This WordPress site will be the new home of the CogTool website.
It is likely to take a few weeks for me to learn WordPress and migrate everything over, but by 2014, everything should be up and running here.