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  • ToneGen

    The ToneGen program incorporates the STAMP morphological generation program to allow for modeling an autosegmental approach to tone.

    For more information, contact Andy Black.


  • C-I-SAID

     C-I-SAID (Code-A-Text Integrated System for the Analysis of Interviews and Dialogues) is "a very powerful system for studying documents which integrates qualitative and quantitative methods. The source documents can be text or questionnaires, audio or video."  C-I-SAID licenses cost $99.

  • Text Analysis

    A suite of programs designed to assist in text-based linguistics and lexicography.

    Includes the following programs:

    WDL - Word List
    WS - Word Segment Analysis
    DICR - Dictionary Reversal
    SRT - Select, Sort, and Format
    IC - Interactive Concordance
    ANSM - Answer Menu Interface

    For more information, use this contact.

  • PcPatr Browser

    PcPatr Browser

    This tool makes it much easier to see the results of syntactic parses produced by the PC-PATR program (  For each sentence, it shows the interlinear result and the syntactic tree.  When one clicks on a node in the tree, it also shows the features at that node and the rule in the PC-PATR grammar file.

    It is a .Net version 2.0 program so it requires a Windows operating system that has .Net version 2.0 or higher installed on it.


    Produces a reverse sorted word list (that is, words are sorted alphabetically beginning with their last letter instead of according to their first letter).

    For more information, use this contact.


  • PhoneBox

    PhoneBox is designed to support the analysis of language data that has been collected using The Field Linguist's Toolbox.


    With PhoneBox you can

  • Ktagger

    A part-of-speech tagger based on PC-KIMMO.

    For more information, use this contact.


  • Ktext

    KTEXT reads a text from a disk file, parses each word using the PC-KIMMO parser, and writes the results to a new disk file. This new file is in the form of a structured text file where each word of the original text is represented as a database record composed of several fields. Each word record contains a field for the original word, a field for the underlying or lexical form of the word, and a field for the gloss string.

    For more information, use this contact.


    PC-KIMMO is a new implementation for microcomputers of a program dubbed KIMMO after its inventor Kimmo Koskenniemi (see Koskenniemi 1983). It is of interest to computational linguists, descriptive linguists, and those developing natural language processing systems. The program is designed to generate (produce) and/or recognize (parse) words using a two-level model of word structure in which a word is represented as a correspondence between its lexical level form and its surface level form.


    PC-PARSE is an archive which contains a set of programs for performing morphological or syntactic analysis. PC-PARSE includes code for