New study appeared on rhyme data handling and analysis

Today, a new study in which I discuss the handling of rhyme data and rhyme analysis appeared in Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale.

By reviewing a recent quantitative study of rhyme patterns in Mandarin Chinese, this study shows how data handling and data analysis in the study of rhyme patterns can be improved. Suggestions for improvement include (a) a consistent annotation of rhyme data, which is exhaustive and facilitates data reuse, and (b) emphasizes the importance of automated approaches for exploratory data analysis, which can help to analyze rhyme data in an improved way, prior to applying statistical frameworks for hypothesis testing.

The study itself can be found here, but it can only be viewed with subscription. I have deposited a preprint with Humanities Commons, which you can find here.