INTENT Readme

INterlinear Text Enrichment Toolkit. This readme will describe the aims of the INTENT package, as well as a quickstart guide to get up and running.

Project Goals

The INTENT package is intended to take instances of Interlinear Glossed Text (IGT) found in places such as the Online Databse of Interlinear Text (ODIN) [1] and use a variety of methods to enrich the instances. Currently, INTENT:

  • Adds alignment information
  • Adds POS Tag information
  • Adds Phrase structure and Dependency Parses

Getting Started

The source for INTENT may be obtained at the Github repository:

To get the code set up and running, please use the Quickstart guide below:

If you are looking for a more detailed reference manual, please refer to:

References

[1]Xia, F., Lewis, W. D., Goodman, M. W., & Crowgey, J. (2014). Enriching ODIN. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Reykjavik, Iceland. [PDF]
[2]Xia, F., Lewis, W. D., Goodman, M. W., Slayden, G., Georgi, R., Crowgey, J., & Bender, E. M. (2016). Enriching a massively multilingual database of interlinear glossed text. Language Resources and Evaluation, 1–29. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10579-015-9325-4

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