Viewing posts from March, 2011
Today we released the new version 0.3.0 of our annotation library PyAnnotation. The update contains a lot of bugfixes and improvements, the biggest change is the addition of a read-only parser for .eaf files to handle a lot of data. This new library will be used in our upcoming Poio Analyzer, a software to analyze and search interlinear data. You may find the download links to PyAnnotation on our website:
We will post our project news and interesting links and comments to Twitter in the future. The hashtag we use is #ltll, everyone is invited to join us and use the hashtag!
O minderico vai estar de novo na comunicação social.
Today we added a new page to the project "Language Technologies for Lesser-Used Languages", which we call "Labs". The Labs will publish several of our smaller projects, that show proofs-of-concept for several technologies applied to lesser-ressourced languages. Or just interesting projects that may not deserve their own websites, but we think should be publically visible. Feel free to send any comments on our Labs projects and ideas (the researcher who is responsible for the Labs is firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit our Labs here: