Python Library for Historical LinguisticsΒΆ

LingPy is a suite of open source Python modules for sequence comparison, distance analyses, data operations and visualization methods in quantitative historical linguistics.

Release

2.6.5

Date

2019-10-11

Authors

Johann-Mattis List, Simon Greenhill, Tiago Tresoldi, and Robert Forkel

Contributors

Christoph Rzymski, Gereon Kaiping, Steven Moran, Peter Bouda, Johannes Dellert, Taraka Rama, Frank Nagel

Quote this library as:

List, Johann-Mattis; Greenhill, Simon; Tresoldi, Tiago; and Forkel, Robert (2019): LingPy. A Python library for historical linguistics. Version 2.6.5. URL: http://lingpy.org, DOI: https://zenodo.org/badge/latestdoi/5137/lingpy/lingpy. With contributions by Christoph Rzymski, Gereon Kaiping, Steven Moran, Peter Bouda, Johannes Dellert, Taraka Rama, Frank Nagel. Jena: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.

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