Basically I want to try and replicate the results found in this study: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0039799
Any information is greatly appreciated, thanks!
I have a script that will do it. If you post some links to a few public domain books on Gutenberg that you want to read, I could upload versions with colorized text.
At the moment, the only processed book I can find on my hard drive is Kafka's The Trial and a couple of short sample pages.
If you have specific colors in mind, send me the hex or RGB color names for each letter's color -- otherwise I can process them with my default colors.
That would be great, to colorcode them will it be in PDF or is it possible to do it in a Kindle version, I have the Kindle app on my iPad… But either way works for me whatever’s easier for you, you are helping me out big time.
Here are the initial links to a few books I would be interested in reading ( I have no specific colours in mind, if your default is efficient to induce quasi-synesthasia then that is perfectly fine)
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