Clickable stories; display ELAN files as interactive webpage. The bundle contains XSL files and related resources that allow you to open a modified version of an ELAN transcription in a browser and to listen to each utterance by clicking on it. Includes step-by-step documentation and examples.
Last modified: 23 June 2008
Gabriele Müller, Carolina Pasamonik, Dagmar Jung (Universität zu Köln), Bernhard Jung (TU Freiberg)
CuPED; (‘Customizable Presentation of ELAN Documents’) is a tool for transforming time-aligned transcripts into a variety of presentation formats. CuPED provides a simple and user-friendly means of converting these transcripts into formats more readily accessible to a general audience.
Last modified: 05 Feb 2010 (version 0.3.14)
Christopher Cox (University of Alberta), Andrea Berez (University of California, Santa Barbara)
PyAnnotation; is a Python Library to access and manipulate linguistically annotated corpus files. It supports ELAN’s .eaf files and allows to search through a whole directory full of them. The result data can be piped to other libraries for analysis, for example to the natural language toolkit (NLTK).
Poio Interlinear Editor (Poio ILE); is an annotation GUI for Poio, a linguistic database for language description. Poio ILE allows the user to add morpho-syntactic annotations and supports ELAN’s .eaf files, for reading and writing. It is free and available for all the major platforms.
Poio Analyzer; is a tool that allows to search and analyze batches of ELAN and Toolbox files. The search can be performed on different tiers (utterance, word, gloss, translation). It is free and available for Windows and Linux.
Toolbox scripts; this is a set of Perl scripts to enhance existing Toolbox text files. The scripts support features like adding (empty) markers to a file, change marker names, add a media marker to each record that can be used with the Play File/Play Sound function in Toolbox, add a prefix to the record marker value etc. Documentation is included in the download package.
Last modified: 22 June 2010
Alexander Koenig (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, home page)