LINGUIST List 4.115

Wed 17 Feb 1993

Qs: Software & E-Texts

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  1. Justine Cassell, Morphology software
  2. , Text-analysis Software
  3. , SNOBOL4
  4. , E-Texts

Message 1: Morphology software

Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1993 18:04:01 Morphology software
From: Justine Cassell <justinewilbur.psu.edu>
Subject: Morphology software

I am posting this message for my colleague Phil Baldi:

Is anyone aware of a software program that will generate permissible
letter combinations which conform to morpheme structure conditions
in English? Such a program could be used, for example, to create
stimulus items for psycholinguistic tests. I have a vague
recollection of some commercially available item, but can't find
the source. Is there anything out there, either for a MAC or IBM?
Please respond directly to
Phil Baldi, Penn. State Univ.
pxb1oas.psu.edu OR
pxb1psuadmin.bitnet

Thanks!
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Message 2: Text-analysis Software

Date: Wed, 17 Feb 93 00:38 MET
From: <KAHRELalf.let.uva.nl>
Subject: Text-analysis Software

I would like to know if there are programs available (commercial/
shareware) for various text-analysis tasks such as building
frequency lists, concordances, etc. The one program I know is
TACT. But since TACT has certain limitations, I'm interested in
other programs as well.

Please send messages to me. I'll summarize for the list.

Peter Kahrel
kahrelalf.let.uva.nl
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Message 3: SNOBOL4

Date: Wed, 17 Feb 93 20:41 +8
From: <CTLAURAPCPHKVX.bitnet>
Subject: SNOBOL4

Does anyone have a contact address/fax/phone/email for Catspaw, Inc. (the
people who were - in 1987 - marketing a version of SNOBOL4 for the IBM/PC.
I have tried the address and phone number I have from that date with no
success. Perhaps they are no longer in business? Are there any other PC
SNOBOL4 processors around?

Thanks for the help
Laura Proctor
City Polytechnic of Hong Kong
Department of Chinese, Translation & Linguistics
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Message 4: E-Texts

Date: Wed, 17 FEB 93 16:34:01 GME-Texts
From: <UHLF021VAX.RHBNC.AC.UK>
Subject: E-Texts

Does anybody know of any texts in electronic form by the following:

Baudelaire
De Quincey
Edgar Allan Poe

This is for a colleague preparing a doctorate on comparative literature.

Noel Heather
Royal Holloway University of London
Egham
Surrey
UK
e-mail: n.heatheruk.ac.rhbnc
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