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PP-ind: A Repository of Industrial Pair Programming Research Data

Zieris, Franz; Prechelt, Lutz

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  "publisher": "Zenodo", 
  "DOI": "10.5281/zenodo.4541509", 
  "title": "PP-ind: A Repository of Industrial Pair Programming Research Data", 
  "issued": {
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  "abstract": "<p>PP-ind is a repository of research data on industrial pair programming sessions. Since 2007, our research group has collected audio-video-recordings and questionnaire data in 13 companies. A total of 57 developers worked together (mostly in groups of two, but also three or four) in 67 sessions with a mean length of 1:35 hours. A separate <a href=\"\">tech report</a> provides many details on how this data was collected.</p>\n\n<p>While we cannot share the original video recordings due to confidentiality agreements, we <em>do </em>provide transcripts of the pairs&#39; dialog in this data set. Since we perform our analyses directly on the video material, we only transcribe our data on an <em>is-needed</em> basis, e.g., in preparation for a publication. This data set will therefore contain only few and partial transcripts, which may be amended in future versions.</p>\n\n<p>Files named <code>session-<strong>&lt;ID&gt;</strong>-transcript.txt</code> contain original quotations in the language spoken by the recorded developers. For non-English sessions, we also provide non-authoritative <code>session-<strong>&lt;ID&gt;</strong>-transcript_translated.txt</code> files (following the same is-needed rule for translating the originals). All our analyses, however, are performed on the raw data as reflected in the original transcripts. See file <code>transcription-notation.txt</code> for details on the special notation we use.</p>", 
  "author": [
      "family": "Zieris, Franz"
      "family": "Prechelt, Lutz"
  "version": "2.0", 
  "type": "dataset", 
  "id": "4541509"
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