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Query:   Linguistic software
Author:  StThGries StThGries
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   General Linguistics

Summary:   Dear Linguist Listers,
roughly two weeks ago I posted a query in which I asked if anybody had some
ideas on

1.) which linguistic software one could / should present in an introductory
computer course for students of linguistics;

2.) URLs at which one can find freeware or shareware to download and use in
our course.

Thank you very much to all of you who were so kind to reply. In what follows
their names and contributions are given (in alphabetical order):

- Antworth, Evan L. (Evan.Antworth@SIL.ORG):
http://www.sil.org/linguistics/computing.html
- Blanchard, Duane L. (blanchau@student.suu.edu):
pointed out to me that I had accidentally given a totally wrong URL for the
Natural Language Software Registry Homepage
- Brew, Chris(Chris.Brew@edinburgh.ac.uk):
http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/helpdesk/faq/
http://macduff.andrew.cmu.edu/ale/
http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/~oli/CorpusToolbox/tools.html
- Holt, D. Eric (HOLTD@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu):
Conc(ordancing software) put out by John Thomson & the Summer Institute of
Linguistics
- Lager, Torbjoern (lager@ling.gu.se):
http://www.ling.gu.se/~li/
- Newman, Michael (mn24@is6.nyu.edu):
teach-ling (list): listproc@lists.nyu.edu
- Scott, Mike (ms2928@liverpool.ac.uk):
http://www.liv.ac.uk/~ms2928/homepage.html
http://www.liv.ac.uk/~ms2928/wordsmit.htm
- Weis, Uta (fs5a052@rrz.uni-hamburg.de):
http://www.linse.uni-essen.de/
telnet://sbusol.rz.uni-sb.de login: susytest password: susyguest (Terminal vt
100)
- Zhou, Xuan (xzhou@semlab1.sbs.sunysb.edu):
http://semlab2.sbs.sunysb.edu/Users/rlarson/Syntactica/beta.html
for questions & comments concerning Syntactica:
rlarson@semlab5.sbs.sunysb.edu

Thanks again to all who responded.
Stefan Th. Gries

LL Issue: 8.735
Date Posted: 16-May-1997
Original Query: Read original query


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