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A python module for processing ELAN and Praat annotation files

Project description

Introduction

Pympi is a package that allows you to interact with Elan files and TextGrid files. You can create, edit and convert both formats into each other. It includes besides all the basic functions also functions for: - Calculating gaps and overlaps between speakers conform Heldner and Edlund’s method. (Could be used to calculate floor transfers) - Shift annotations in both directions (Could be used when due to an error all annotations are misaligned). - Import from CLAN’s chat files. - Merge and or filter tiers (Could be used to combine hands in gesture coding) - Move tiers between elan files. - Etc.

Requirements

None

Optional requirements

  • lxml is used for testing.

Documentation and downloads

Full api documentation of the current and old versions can be found on here.

Pypi repository location can be found here.

Installation

Automatic

  • From a shell run with administrator rights:

    pip install pympi-ling
    
  • Or alternatively run with administrator rights:

    easy_install pympi-ling
    

NOTE: on windows the executable might not be in $PATH.

Manual

  1. Download the latest version from pypi

  2. Untar the file

  3. From that directory run with administrator rights

    python setup.py install
    

How to cite

@misc{pympi-1.69,
    author={Lubbers, Mart and Torreira, Francisco},
    title={pympi-ling: a Python module for processing ELANs EAF and Praats TextGrid annotation files.},
    howpublished={\url{https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pympi-ling}},
    year={2013-2015},
    note={Version 1.69}
}

Authors

Mart Lubbers (mart at martlubbers.net)

Under supervision of: Francisco Toreirra (francisco.torreira at mpi.nl)

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