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Introduction to Quantitative Analysis of Linguistic Survey Data: An Atlas by the Numbers

by Kretzschmar and Schneider SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
02/1997
ISBN:
9780761901129
Format:
Pbk 224 pages
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Dialectology - the study of variation in language rather than an invariant, homogenous grammar - lends itself quite naturally to computer assistance, both for the entry and maintenance of a database for quantitative analysis. This book is an introduction to the quantitative analysis of linguistic survey data featuring the Linguistic Atlas of the Middle and South Atlantic States (LAMSAS). Serious quantification and large-scale application of statistics demand the ability to handle large amounts of data elicited in a broad survey with the efficiency of automation.

Introduction to Quantitative Analysis of Linguistic Survey Data provides a detailed account of how to adapt LAMSAS to the needs of computerization, the mechanics involved in computerizing LAMSAS, how to analyse the data in the system, statistical testing, and more. Professionals and practitioners in linguistics will be able to analyse the frequency of variants more accurately using the methods detailed in this volume - which in turn will give them a more realistic view of a particular language culture.

The Research Design of a Linguistic Atlas The Application of Statistical Tests to LAMSAS From Atlas to Database Structure The Statistical Analysis of LAMSAS Data Model Analyses of LAMSAS Data