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LINGUIST List 21.4935

Tue Dec 07 2010

Software: EXMARaLDA Spoken Language Tools: New versions

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        1.     Thomas Schmidt , EXMARaLDA Spoken Language Tools: New versions

Message 1: EXMARaLDA Spoken Language Tools: New versions
Date: 06-Dec-2010
From: Thomas Schmidt <thomas.schmidtuni-hamburg.de>
Subject: EXMARaLDA Spoken Language Tools: New versions
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On the occasion of EXMARaLDA's 10th anniversary, we are pleased to
announce new versions of the EXMARaLDA tools, downloadable from
www.exmaralda.org.

EXMARaLDA is a system for constructing, managing and exploiting
spoken language corpora. It is used, among others, by linguists
studying spoken discourse, language acquisition, dialectal variation
and phonology.

EXMARaLDA consists of three software tools: the Partitur-Editor, a tool
for transcribing and annotating digital audio or video recordings; the
Corpus manager, a tool for bundling recordings and transcriptions into
a corpus and managing their metadata; and EXAKT, a query and
analysis tool for EXMARaLDA corpora.

The new versions of the tools have new and improved interoperability
features for importing or exporting data from (among others)
CHAT/CLAN, ELAN and Transcriber - users of these tools may be
interested in trying out the import wizards of the EXAKT query tool.

EXMARaLDA is free and open source software. Its development is
ongoing. We appreciate your feedback and suggestions for
improvement.

With kind regards,

Thomas Schmidt
Kai W├Ârner
Timm Lehmberg
Hanna Hedeland

SFB Multilingualism
University of Hamburg

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                            Language Documentation
                            Phonetics
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

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