Computing in SIL focuses on providing tools that help field workers to organize and analyze language data and to prepare the results for publication.
- SIL Software Catalog, a guide to software developed by SIL. Most items are available for free download.
- SIL Fonts for downloading
Research and Development Projects
- Non-Roman Script Initiative The SIL team which is facilitating the use of non-Roman and complex scripts in linguistic study, translation, literacy and publishing
- TECKit A toolkit for conversion of data to Unicode, either in an application or directly from text or SFM files.
- XSEM XML Scripture Encoding Model
- Graphite, an extensible rendering engine for complex non-Roman writing systems
- SIL FieldWorks, the framework that forms the foundations for our next generation of language software
- LinguaLinks®Library, an electronic productivity support system for field language workers
- CELLAR, Computing Environment for Literary, Linguistic, and Anthropological Research
- Hermit Crab, a morphological parser and generator for classical generative phonology and morphology
- Speech Tools, for recording, transcribing, and analyzing sound files
SIL Electronic Working Papers
- Ensuring that digital data last: The priority of archival form over working form and presentation form
- In search of task-centered software: building single-purpose tools from multipurpose components
- A PC-PATR Implementation of GB Syntax
- PTEXT: A format for the interchange of parsed texts among natural language processing applications
- A Rich Model for Presenting Interlinear Text
- TonePars: A Computational Tool for Exploring Autosegmental Tonology
- Two Theories of Morphology, One Implementation
- Using architectural processing to derive small, problem-specific XML applications from large, widely-used SGML applications