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Workshop on Language diversity and digital infrastructures in Hamburg

The INEL project as one of the operating forces of the new CLARIN Knowledge Centre for linguistic diversity and language documentation (CKLD, http://ckld.uni-koeln.de/) is co-organizing a workshop on Linguistic diversity, minority languages and digital research infrastructures Hamburg, September 20-21, 2018 The workshop addresses the requirements on and potential...

INEL Dolgan Corpus released

We are glad to announce that the first version of the Dolgan corpus developed in the INEL project (https://inel.corpora.uni-hamburg.de/) is now published online. http://hdl.handle.net/11022/0000-0007-CAE7-1 Dolgan is an endangered Turkic language of Northern Siberia. It is spoken by approximately 1,000 people on the Taymyr peninsula and in adjacent...

New search interface for INEL corpora

We are glad to announce that the previously announced INEL corpora of Selkup and Kamas languages are now accessible through a new search interface. The starting pages for both corpora are as follows: Selkup: https://inel.corpora.uni-hamburg.de/SelkupCorpus/search Kamas: https://inel.corpora.uni-hamburg.de/KamasCorpus/search The search is based on the Tsakonian Corpus Platform (Tsakorpus, https://bitbucket.org/tsakorpus/). It...

The first two INEL corpora published online

The first versions of two digital corpora developed as part of the INEL project (https://inel.corpora.uni-hamburg.de/), Selkup and Kamas, are published online. Texts are provided with interlinear glossing (with lexical glosses in English and Russian), translations into English, Russian and German. Some texts also have (partial) annotations...

INEL at “Tag des Wissens 2018”

On 22.09.2018 the INEL project was present at "Tag des Wissens 2018" ('Day of Knowledge 2018'), which is an event organized by the city of Hamburg in order to present science and scientific work to a broader audience. At the project's place the visitors could...

INEL Fellow 2018

This year's research fellow of the INEL project is Svetlana Toldova from the "NRU Higher School of Economics" in Moscow. She stays with us in Hamburg from 20th August until 21st September. One of her main research interests is the corpus-based analysis of some morphosyntactic...