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phoible.org, a resource about natlang phonologies

Posted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 21:53
by eldin raigmore
Has anyone else heard of "PHOIBLE Online - Segments"?
See for instance http://phoible.org/parameters.
Most of us would probably start here on its home page.
We all might make occasional-to-frequent use of all of the other major headings of that site:
http://phoible.org/inventories
http://phoible.org/sources
Segments
http://phoible.org/languages

(If the new CBB has a "resources" thread, I can no longer find it. Maybe it has to do with the new theme; maybe not.)

Re: phoible.org, a resource about natlang phonologies

Posted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 22:16
by Creyeditor
I have cited this resource several times in discussions, it's the most complete of its kind. It is also interesting that competing analysis are presented. I am pretty sure that I added it to the old new resources thread.

Re: phoible.org, a resource about natlang phonologies

Posted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 22:52
by eldin raigmore
Creyeditor wrote:
Mon 13 Nov 2017, 22:16
I have cited this resource several times in discussions, it's the most complete of its kind. It is also interesting that competing analysis are presented. I am pretty sure that I added it to the old new resources thread.
Any idea where that's located now? If I search topic titles, or first posts, for "resource" or "resources", I don't find it.

Re: phoible.org, a resource about natlang phonologies

Posted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 23:10
by Creyeditor
Here you are [:)]

Re: phoible.org, a resource about natlang phonologies

Posted: Tue 14 Nov 2017, 06:40
by eldin raigmore
Creyeditor wrote:
Mon 13 Nov 2017, 23:10
Here you are [:)]
You're right! There it is! Thanks!