Python library implementing the lexibank workbench
pylexibank has quite a few dependencies, installing it will result in installing
many other python packages along with it. To avoid any side effects for your default
python installation, we recommend installation in a
Some code of
pylexibank relies on LingPy functionality which is not yet released, thus,
LingPy should be installed from the source repository, running
$ git clone https://github.com/lingpy/lingpy/ $ cd lingpy $ python setup.py install
Now you may install
pylexibank via pip or in development mode following the instructions
Some functionality in
pylexibank (in particular the
makecldf sub-command), require access
to Glottolog or Concepticon data.
Since the data of both these applications is curated in git repositories as well, the easiest
way to achieve this is by cloning clld/glottolog and
clld/concepticon-data. But you could also download
(and unpack) a released version of these repositories.
pylexibank can be used in two ways:
- The command line interface provides mainly access to the functionality for the
pylexibankpackage can also be used like any other python package in your own python code to access lexibank data in a programmatic (and consistent) way.
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