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Linguistics questions that concern TeX, LaTeX, ConTeXt, and related typesetting systems.

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Which grammars are written with TeX?

I have an enduring interest in TeX, and was pleasantly surprised that Schiffman's Reference Grammar of Spoken Tamil (1999) namechecks Knuth in the foreword. I would like to ask for other examples of ...
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Trying to add labels/descriptions and boxes to syntax tree in LaTeX [closed]

I'm trying to add descriptions to certain nodes in a Syntax tree. I'm using qtree, but I can't seem to find a way to do this. I'm also trying to box some, but not all of the nodes in the tree. Here's ...
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How do I draw CCG derivations in LaTeX?

I have been trying to find an easy way to draw CCG derivations in Latex but nothing seems to work. I am working on a presentation, and I found this github repo but it for some reason when I try it it ...
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trees with nice straight spines and not too vertical

I want to be able to typeset syntactic trees in a way that will achieve the following: straight spine when there is no label on the nonterminal node obtuse angle at each (binary) branch (so the tree ...
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How to extract example sentences from linguistics papers

Does anyone know of a good tool to grab all example sentences used in a paper so they could be processed via an NLP pipeline? I have udpipe in mind especially: I'd like to take sentences from one or ...
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Alignment in \oneof from the phonrule package

This question piggybacks off of the question/answer here, where one answer mentions how to create a phonological rule using the phonrule package. MWE here: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,twoside,...
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Is there a LaTeX package for Proto-Indo-European laryngeals?

I'm including some PIE examples in my Latex-formatted thesis. What font package or predefined symbols will help me?
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Is there a package for formatting phonological rules in LaTeX?

The following is a phonological rule, taken from this Wikipedia page: Is there a package or some other convenient way to format this in LaTeX?