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Indonesian Loanword Search Engine http://getnocms.com/loanword_searchengine/  Bahasa 
http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/mt/id/dmod/class/ja_01.html http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/mt/id/dmod/class/ja_01.html Free Indonesian course Bahasa 
David Moeljadi Research website http://compling.hss.ntu.edu.sg/who/david Original from http://www.tufs.ac.jp/st/personal/13/david/ Blog 
LingPipe Blog http://lingpipe-blog.com/ Natural Language Processing and Text Analytics Blog 
Mimi & Deunice http://mimiandeunice.com/ Mimi & Eunice are written/drawn by Nina Paley, better known for the animated feature film Sita Sings the Blues. Blog 
ERG Online http://erg.delph-in.net/logon Syntactic tree, MRS and stuffs Computational Linguistics 
LOGON Installation http://moin.delph-in.net/LogonInstallation This page provides installation instructions for the LOGON infrastructure Computational Linguistics 
A Digital Archive of Research Papers in Computational Linguistics http://aclweb.org/anthology/ The ACL Anthology currently hosts over 24,500 papers on the study of computational linguistics and natural language processing. Computational Linguistics 
Semcor Wordnet 3.0 http://lit.csci.unt.edu/~rada/downloads/semcor/semcor3.0.tar.gz Homepage: http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~mihalcea/downloads.html Computational Linguistics 
Multi Semcor + http://multisemcor.fbk.eu/download.php  Computational Linguistics 
Grammar Engineering for Dummies http://moin.delph-in.net/TuanAnhLe/GramEng4Dummies Grammar Engineering with LOGON Computational Linguistics 
TDL Syntax http://depts.washington.edu/uwcl/twiki/bin/view.cgi/Main/TdlSyntax A very basic guide to tdl syntax Computational Linguistics 
Valediction http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valediction Expressions used to say farewell, especially a word or phrase used to end a letter or message,[3][4] or the act of saying parting words whether brief or extensive. English 
Onomatopoeia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onomatopoeia Words that phonetically imitates or suggests the source of the sound that it describes. English 
Transliteration http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transliteration Systematic transliteration is a mapping from one system of writing into another, word by word, or ideally letter by letter. Most transliteration systems are one-to-one, so a reader who knows the system can reconstruct the original spelling. English 
Plain English Lexicon http://www.clearest.co.uk/pages/publications/plainenglishlexicon The lexicon (second edition, June 2011) draws on two important pieces of research evidence: the ‘Living Word Vocabulary’ (a rare book published in the USA and not available in online form) and the 100-million-word British National Corpus. English 
Eng.li http://eng.li/ Eng.li provides free tools that help you learn vocabulary in English or any other language - Linguistic tools (translate, dictionary, read) English 
BabelNet http://babelnet.org BabelNet is both a multilingual encyclopedic dictionary, with lexicographic and encyclopedic coverage of terms in 50 languages, and a semantic network which connects concepts and named entities in a very large network of semantic relations, made up of more than 9 million entries. English 
Politics & English (George Orwell) Download PDF file English 
OWL: General Writing Resources https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/1/ These OWL resources will help you with the writing process: pre-writing (invention), developing research questions and outlines, composing thesis statements, and proofreading. While the writing process may be different for each person and for each particular assignment, the resources contained in this section follow the general work flow of pre-writing, organizing, and revising. For resources and examples on specific types of writing assignments, please go to our Common Writing Assignments area. English 
Academic Word List Coxhead (2000) http://www.uefap.com/vocab/select/awl.htm Academic Word List Coxhead (2000). The most frequent word in each family is in italics. There are 570 headwords and about 3000 words altogether. For more information see The Academic Word List. For more practice see: Schmitt & Schmitt (2005), or the Compleat Lexical Tutor. English 
Getting Started with LaTeX  http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~dwilkins/LaTeXPrimer/  In addition to the HTML pages listed below, the primer Getting Started with LaTeX is also available in the form of a LaTeX2e input file, and as a DVI file or PDF file. LaTeX 
Ling-TeX home page http://heim.ifi.uio.no/~dag/ling-tex.html The concept behind Ling-TeX is straightforward -- it is a mailing list for people interested in typesetting linguistics material with TeX. We hope to use this list as a means of identifying, examining, testing, and comparing macros, fonts, style files, etc. It is meant to provide an avenue for the active exchange of information and experience. The list is aimed at both current and potential users of TeX for linguistics, providing a common area for questions and answers, suggestions, explanations, and samples of what can be done.  LaTeX 
LyX - LaTeX visual editor http://www.lyx.org/ LyX is a document processor that encourages an approach to writing based on the structure of your documents (WYSIWYM) and not simply their appearance (WYSIWYG).  LaTeX 
The LaTeX for Linguists Home Page https://www.essex.ac.uk/linguistics/external/clmt/latex4ling/  LaTeX 
CTAN - Comprehensive TeX Archive Network http://www.ctan.org/ctan/ The Com­pre­hen­sive TeX Archive Net­work is a set of In­ter­net sites around the world that of­fer TeX-re­lated ma­te­rial for down­load.  LaTeX 
LaTeX on Wikibooks http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX There's a dedicate section about using LaTeX for writing linguistics papers. LaTeX 
Detexify2 - LaTeX symbol classifier http://detexify.kirelabs.org/classify.html Anyone who works with LaTeX knows how time-consuming it can be to find a symbol in symbols-a4.pdf that you just can't memorize. Detexify is an attempt to simplify this search.  LaTeX 
the UK List of TeX Frequently Asked Questions on the Web http://www.tex.ac.uk/ This is a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for English-speaking users of TeX. The questions answered here cover a wide range of topics, but typesetting issues are mostly covered from the viewpoint of a LaTeX user. Some of the questions answered have little relevance to today’s users; this is inevitable — it’s easier to add information than it is to decide that information is no longer needed. The set of answered questions is therefore in a state of slow flux: new questions are answered, while old questions are deleted … but the whole process depends on the time available for FAQ maintenance.  LaTeX 
LaTeX - Table of Contents https://texblog.org/2013/04/29/latex-table-of-contents-list-of-figurestables-and-some-customizations/  LaTeX 
Leipzig Glossing Rules http://www.eva.mpg.de/lingua/resources/glossing-rules.php Version 05 Feb 2008 Linguistics 
Complementizer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complementizer In linguistics (especially generative grammar), a complementizer (or complementiser) is a lexical category (part of speech) including those words that can be used to turn a clause into the subject or object of a sentence. For example, the word that is generally called a complementizer in English sentences like Mary believes that it is raining. Complementizer is a technical term in linguistics; in traditional grammar, such words are normally considered conjunctions. Linguistics 
IPA Chart http://www.paulmeier.com/ipacharts/  Linguistics 
http://facultyoflanguage.blogspot.sg/ http://facultyoflanguage.blogspot.sg/  Linguistics 
LkbEmacs http://moin.delph-in.net/LkbEmacs  Tools & resources 
GIT guide http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/  Tools & resources 
Tex Packages for Linguists http://mathserver.neu.edu/~ling/tex/ Maintained by John Frampton at Northeastern University Tools & resources 
IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html  Tools & resources 
NTU-HSS-LMS Learning Resources http://www.hss.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/linguistics/Pages/Student-Resources.aspx postgraduate Confirmation Exercise Guidelines, softwares, etc. Tools & resources 
Agree - .NET tool for grammar engineering http://moin.delph-in.net/AgreeTop  Tools & resources 
JGram http://www.jgram.org JGram is dedicated to helping people learn to speak Japanese, in the most effective interactive way: by communicating, sharing knowledge, and talking between Japanese and non-native speakers. This is an interactive community where you are encouraged to contribute your knowledge to our growing database of Japanese grammar. We also encourage you to spread the word and recruit your friends (especially any native speaking friends) to contribute.  Tools & resources 
楽しいJapanese http://www.tanoshiijapanese.com/dictionary/ Tanoshii Japanese Dictionary Tools & resources 
Unified Verb Index http://verbs.colorado.edu/verb-index/index.php The Unified Verb Index is a system which merges links and web pages from four different natural language processing projects: VerbNet - Download! PropBank FrameNet OntoNotes Sense Groupings Tools & resources 
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