Monday, December 27, 2010

another lingo toy...

I love free online lingo toys like BYU's Corpora and Google's Ngram Viewer and now there's a new one: The Human Speechome Project from MIT" provides a look into the most complete record of a single child’s speech development ever created. The data has been organized to show the age of the child when he spoke each of his first 400 words." It's profiled in Forbes here. And they provide a nifty interactive graph to sort the data:

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NLPers: How would you characterize your linguistics background?

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