New Paper on Computer-Assisted Language Comparison and New Blogpost

On Friday last week, a new paper on computer-assisted language comparison, written by our group and major collaborators, appeared. The paper presents what we consider the current state of the art of computer-assisted language comparison and is accompanied by an online tutorial and a Code Ocean capsule where interested users can run the code without installing anything. You find the paper and the relevant information here.

Yesterday, the second blogpost out of a series of six blogposts devoted to the construction of rhyme networks planned for the next months appeared. It discusses rhyming in general and can be found here.