Language Documentation

WFT-GTB Data

The Dictionary of the Frisian Language (Wurdboek fan de Fryske Taal) is online available via the GTB dictionary web application. The GTB also holds other major Dutch historical dictionaries, such as the Dictionary of Old Dutch (ONW), the Dictionary of early Middle Dutch (VMNW), the Dictionary of Middle Dutch (MNW), and the Dictionary of the Dutch language (WNT). The digital surrounding enables extensive forms of free and structured search queries, including comparative studies with Dutch materials.

LAISEANG






LAISEANG: Language Archive of Insular South East Asia and West New Guinea

Summary

The LAISEANG corpus contains an unrivaled collection of multimedia materials and written documents from over 50 languages in Insular South East Asia and West New Guinea.

Meertens Institute

CLARIN B centre
The Meertens Institute is an institute of the Royal Netherlands' Academy of Arts and Sciences. It was founded in 1932 as a bureau for the documentation of Dutch dialects. In later years, Dutch ethnology and onomastics have been included in the documentative tasks of the institute. At this moment, the Meertens Institute is primarily a research institute with substantial collections in the fields of language variation, European ethnology and onomastics.

WFT-GTB

The Dictionary of the Frisian Language (Wurdboek fan de Fryske Taal) is online available via the GTB dictionary web application. The GTB also holds other major Dutch historical dictionaries, such as the Dictionary of Old Dutch (ONW), the Dictionary of early Middle Dutch (VMNW), the Dictionary of Middle Dutch (MNW), and the Dictionary of the Dutch language (WNT). The digital surrounding enables extensive forms of free and structured search queries, including comparative studies with Dutch materials.

AAM-LR (*discontinued *)

The AAM-LR web service helps researchers to annotate audio- and video-recordings. At the top level the service marks the time intervals at which specific persons in the recording are speaking. In addition, the service provides a global phonetic annotation, using language independent phone models and phonetic features. Speech is separated from speaker noises such as laughing. The output of the web service is fed into the ELAN/ANNEX editor, to facilitate further manual annotation. The annotations conform to ISOCat and potential new categories were added to ISOCat.