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CSMTiser, available on the CLARIN.SI GitHub site, is a supervised machine learning tool that performs word normalization by using Character-level Statistical Machine Translation. The tool is a wrapper around the well known Moses SMT package, which enables non-computer-scientists to train and run a text normalizer by editing the configuration file, running a script for training the normalizer, and then another one for applying it

 
 

In collaboration with CESSDA, DARIAH, PARTHENOS and SSHOC, CLARIN is running a booth at DH2019 where you can find out more about what these five European initiatives do to support the Digital Humanities.

 
 

In collaboration with CESSDA, DARIAH, PARTHENOS and SSHOC, CLARIN is running a booth at DH2019 where you can find out more about what these five European initiatives do to support the Digital Humanities.

 
 

In collaboration with CESSDA, DARIAH, PARTHENOS and SSHOC, CLARIN is running a booth at DH2019 where you can find out more about what these five European initiatives do to support the Digital Humanities.

 
 
Digital Humanities – The Perspective of Africa workshop

Guest blog post by DEMBA Kandeh that chronicles and reflects on a five-day workshop: “Digital Humanities – the perspective of Africa”, recently organized at the Lorentz Centre in Leiden.

 
 

TalkBank, which was recognized as a CLARIN Knowledge Centre in 2016, is the world’s largest open access integrated repository for spoken language data. It provides language corpora and other audio resources to support researchers in Psychology, Linguistics, Education, Computer Science, and Speech Pathology.

 
 

The  South African Centre for Digital Language Resources (SADiLaR) is seeking a technical manager.

 
 

In 2015, researchers from the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia released the first emoji sentiment lexicon, called Emoji Sentiment Ranking 1.0, and published it as a resource in the public language resource repository CLARIN.SI. With 78,500 downloads to date, the lexicon is the most downloaded resource in the CLARIN.SI repository.

 
 

Andreas Witt is Professor of Computational Humanities and Text Technologies at the University of Mannheim and heads the department of Digital Linguistics at the Leibniz Institute for the German Language in Mannheim.

 
 

Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: June 2019 here