CLICS: World's largest database of cross-linguistic lexical associations

peter.suber's bookmarks 2020-01-14

Summary:

"Building on the new guidelines for standardized data formats in cross-linguistic research, which were first presented in 2018, the CLICS team was able to increase the amount of data from 300 language varieties and 1200 concepts in the original database to 3156 language varieties and 2906 concepts in the current installation. The new version also guarantees the reproducibility of the data aggregation process, conforming to best practices in research data management. "Thanks to the new standards and workflows we developed, our data is not only FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, and reproducible), but the process of lifting linguistic data from their original forms to our cross-linguistic standards is also much more efficient than in the past," says Robert Forkel...."

Link:

https://phys.org/news/2020-01-clics-world-largest-database-cross-linguistic.html

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oa.new oa.linguistics oa.ssh oa.data oa.fair

Date tagged:

01/14/2020, 11:49

Date published:

01/14/2020, 06:49