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LINGUIST List 20.2048

Tue Jun 02 2009

FYI: New Database of Syntactic Structures

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Message 1: New Database of Syntactic Structures
Date: 01-Jun-2009
From: Christopher Collins <linguisticexplorergmail.com>
Subject: New Database of Syntactic Structures
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Dear LinguistList Readers,

We are pleased to announce SSWL, an open-ended database of the syntactic
structures of the world's languages:

http://sswl.railsplayground.net/

(alternatively, Google: sswl database)

Please feel free to go to the site and play around with it, doing searches
and browsing the languages and properties.

Ultimately, we hope to fill the database with thousands of grammatical
properties and thousands of languages all provided by members of the wider
linguistic community.

If you have any questions or comments, please send them to:
linguisticexplorergmail.com

Chris Collins
Department of Linguistics
NYU

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax; Typology

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