Using
Computers
in
Linguistics:
A Practical Guide

Chapter 6

Software
for Doing
Field Linguistics

Evan Antworth
Summer Institute of Linguistics

J. Randolph Valentine
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Online Appendix


Data Management


Speech Analysis and Phonetics


Phonology and Morphology


Syntax and Grammar Description


Lexicon


Text Analysis


Language Survey and Comparison

Software for Doing Field Linguistics

This web page accompanies the chapter on "Software for Doing Field Linguistics" in Using Computers in Linguistics: A Practical Guide. This chapter discusses a basic problem for ordinary working linguists: how to use computers to advantage in organizing and analyzing linguistic data.

This online appendix offers updated information on software in the following subdomains:

Comments are welcomed, especially pointers to additional information resources that should be added. You may contact us at Evan.Antworth@sil.org and jrvalent@facstaff.wisc.edu.


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This page is part of an online appendix for the book Using Computers in Linguistics: A Practical Guide, edited by John M. Lawler and Helen Aristar Dry (Routledge, 1998).

Last modified: January 11, 1999