Several Stanford linguists contributed to The Open Handbook of Linguistic Data Management, which was recently published by The MIT Press.  The volume offers “A guide to principles and methods for the management, archiving, sharing, and citing of linguistic research data, especially digital data.”  Chapters by current and former department members include:

  • Ben Foley, Daan van Esch, and Nay San: “Managing Transcription Data for Automatic Speech Recognition with Elpis”
  • Vera Gribanova: “Managing Data in a Formal Syntactic Study of an Under-Investigated Language (Uzbek)”
  • Judith Degen and Judith Tonhauser (Ph.D. ’06): “Managing Web Experiments for Psycholinguistics: An Example from Experimental Semantics/Pragmatics”