Zukow-Goldring is apparently a psychology researcher of infants'
responses to various objects. Some of these seem to be differentiated
by color. So Web searches of Zukow and colors names find publications
citing this researcher. Since these are academic publications, the actual content of these papers can't be read online except with
registration. That's all I could find.
It's possible these tapes are from some old psychology lab that still used paper tape to record data. I know first-hand such technology was in use in the 70's and 80's. Check the distribution of values to see if they are statistical and if the mean "means" anything.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Loewen <mloewen@...> wrote:
> I have 5 paper tapes which appear to have some sort of data on them,
> On reading them in (GNT 4601 reader/punch), they contain a series of
> (ASCII) numbers, separated by "color" headers.