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SooSL for sign language dictionaries

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Can create and manage video files and written annotations for a sign language dictionary. Signs can be indexed according to sign structure, hand configurations, general movement parameters, and non-manual signs so they can be searched for. Signs can also be searched for by written language strings. Written annotations can be added in several different languages. Also other video files for sign language annotations and comments can be added to the entries.

Video, images and text can explain what a sign means and why it was chosen. 

Glossinator for Paratext 7.5 or 8.x

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Glossinator provides a quick and easy way to look at the lexemes and the glosses that are entered in the Paratext interlinearizer. It functions as a companion to Paratext.

 

ParaTExt Lexicon Extraction Tool

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Utility that extracts the word forms, morphemes and their glosses from the lexicon.xml file generated by the project interlinearizer in ParaTExt and converts them into a Standard Format file that can then be imported into a Fieldworks database.

The glosses can be in more than one writing system, but the receiving Fieldworks project must already be configured for those writing sytems before the import is begun. 

If the resulting SFM file is importing data into an Fieldworks database that already has data, then the possibility of having duplicate headwords is very likely.

Extract Paratext Interlinear Glosses

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The Windows drag and drop application called ExtractParatextInterlinearToExcel.exe will extract words and their glosses from the interlinear lexicon to a csv file that can be opened in Excel or LibreOffice Calc.

Glossy

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Displays lexicons from Paratext interlinearizer in an easy searchable form.

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Glossy shows you the quick lexicon generated from the interlinearizer.

CARLA Studio

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CARLAStudio is a program that you use both to model languages and then to put the model to work parsing texts and adapting texts to another language.

Dekereke

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Dekereke is a phonology search and data management tool.

Praat

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This program allows the user to perform various kinds phonetic studies (e.g., spectral, pitch, or formant analysis; segmenting and labeling of a sound file; speech synthesis; perform listening experiments; perform statistical analyses, etc.).  For more detailed information, please visit the website.

 

 

Phonology Template Editor and Search Tool (PTEST)

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The Phonology Template Editor and Search Tool was developed to assist with the phonological analysis of a Bantu language. The program:

  • generates a phonology report;
  • carries out various types of searches of phonetic data;
  • serves as an interactive environment for writing and editing a phonology paper;
  • generates an electronic publishable report (HTML formatted) from a generated phonology report;
  • interfaces with Speech Analyzer;
  • allows creation of user-defined phonology reports;
     

WeSay

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WeSay helps non-linguists build a dictionary in their own language. It has various ways to help native speakers to think of words in their language and enter some basic data about them. The program is customizable and task-oriented, giving the advisor the ability to turn on/off tasks as needed and as the user receives training for those tasks. WeSay uses a standard xml format, so data can be exchanged with linguist-oriented tools like FieldWorks. Team members can collaborate via USB flash drive, email, and via network connections.