Estonian Dialect Corpus
The corpus is based on dialect recordings and contains phonetically transcribed texts, dialect texts in simplified transcription, morphologically tagged texts, a database containing information about informants and recordings, and syntactically parsed texts.
Archives of Estonian Dialects and Kindred Languages
The University of Tartu Archives of Estonian Dialects and Kindred Languages (AEDKL) consist of fieldwork recordings and written materials of Estonian Dialects and Finno-Ugric languages.
Various interactive applications based on the data from Estonian Dialect Corpus and the dialect atlases by Andrus Saareste. The applications are made using RStudio’s package Shiny.
Rurake in Github
Andrus Saareste’s digitized maps and Python scripts for working with Estonian Dialect Corpus
The project "Ruumiandmete rakendamine keeleteaduses" (Applying Spatial Data in Linguistics) was initially meant for adding geographical information to the existing corpus of Estonian dialects (CED) and for digitizing dialect maps of the „Väike Eesti murdeatlas” („Small atlas of Estonian dialects") by Andrus Saareste. It has now grown to be an undertaking, that also aims to create resources for combining and analyzing different data sources with a spatial dimension and bringing dialect data closer to people not actively working in the field.
Last week (March 14-16), we took part in the 2nd conference of the association of Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN) at the University of Gothenburg. The programme was very exciting and gave us a lot of new insights. It is also somewhat comforting to learn that the challenges with developing digital humanities are Read more about DHN 2017 in Gothenburg[…]
We had a wonderful chance to take part in the Spatial Humanities conference in Lancaster, UK (Sept 15-16, 2016). Some very interesting works being done with GIS, especially in the field of literary studies and history (NER, geoparsing, 3D mapping etc.). You can get aquainted with the works through the abstracts or follow the conference Read more about Spatial Humanities conference[…]