Rebasing MorphGNT off SBLGNT

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Rebasing MorphGNT off SBLGNT

Post by Jonathan Robie » May 24th, 2011, 2:54 pm

James Tauber is Rebasing MorphGNT off SBLGNT.

I just checked out the git repo.
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Re: Rebasing MorphGNT off SBLGNT

Post by Nigel Chapman » January 28th, 2012, 4:23 am

Does anyone here know if there has there been any further progress? The files on GitHub show 10 Jan 2011 as the last update, at which point there was further work anticipated before finalisation.
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Re: Rebasing MorphGNT off SBLGNT

Post by jtauber » January 28th, 2012, 4:03 pm

It's complete inasmuch as coverage of the SBLGNT is 100%. In other words, the conversion from the UBS text to the SBLGNT is done.

What is still happening slowly (and on a branch—the Jan 2011 date you mention is only considering the master) is me merging in Dr Robinson's morphological codes based on Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen's Tischendorf text. On that project, I've done a first pass at all but the 4 largest books.

After *that* my plan is a new parse code scheme that is a superset of the data I have which more clearly distinguishes morphophonological, morphosyntactic and morphosemantic properties.

So lots of work on my part to get to where I eventually want to be, but the base SBLGNT with morphological tagging is done and usable. It's at least as done and usable as the original CCAT-based version of the MorphGNT database.

Prompted by this thread, though, let me make a little more formal a release (tentatively 6.00) this weekend.
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