Links

Here are some links I’ve found very useful for my work, which may save some of you some time as well:

SOFTWARES

Acoustics:

Abbreviations for the IPA symbols for Praat

Automatic segmentation of sound files without textgrids (WebMINNI)

VoiceSauce – A program for voice analysis

FAVE

Jo Fruehwald’s workshop materials

LaTex:

LaTeX tutorials for beginners (11 tutorials on youtube)

IPA symbols for LaTeX

Share LaTeX to work on papers with co-authors

R:

Vowels in R by McCloy

Quick R

R Study Group

Vowels in motion code by Jo Fruehwald

Speech Recognition:

Speech Kitchen

ARTICULATORY PHON STUFF

MRI and the IPA

Seeing Speech

PRONUNCIATION

Cardinal and additional vowels

Pink Trombone – play with the vocal tract and see/hear what happens!

DATABASES

Typology:

AusPhon

Nidaba

Sound Comparisons

UPSID

LAPSyD

CLARIN 

Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English

Old and Middle English:

A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English

A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English

Bosworth-Toller Anglo-Saxon Dictionary

Middle English Dictionary

Modern English:

Appalachian English

Atlas of North American English

English Intonation in the British Isles

Manchester Voices

Scots Syntactic Atlas

Seeing Speech

The Accentism Project

The Diachronic Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English

The Pacific Northwest/Northern Cities (PN/NC) Corpus

Tweet Mapper

STATISTICS

Jeroen Claes’ Statistics for Linguistics with R

 

 

 

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