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Tue Jan 17 2012

Qs: Your favorite Linguistics graphs

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        1.     Jennifer Nycz , Your favorite Linguistics graphs

Message 1: Your favorite Linguistics graphs
Date: 16-Jan-2012
From: Jennifer Nycz <jnyczreed.edu>
Subject: Your favorite Linguistics graphs
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This semester I will be teaching an undergraduate course on
Quantitative Methods in Linguistic Research. One of the major
recurring themes of this course will be best practices in the visual
display of linguistic data/results, and I'd like to model good behavior
with as many examples of elegant, effective graphs as I can find.

To that end, I am making a Call for Awesome Linguistics Plots. What's
your favorite graphical display of linguistic data? Suggestions from any
subfield are welcome. Please send article or book citations to me at
jnyczreed.edu; I will post a summary of responses at a later time.

Many thanks for your input!

Jennifer Nycz
Visiting Assistant Professor of Linguistics
Reed College

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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