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Plotting multiple pitch contours on a single graph

I assume you have a collection of Praat sound objects "s1" to "s12" corresponding to specific recordings. For each sound object, create a pitch object using Analyze periodicity. ...
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Aren't all spoken languages tonal?

Most languages called tonal are more precisely described as having lexical tone. This means that tone conveys a meaningful distinction between different lexical items. E.g. in Mandarin, 妈 mā with a ...
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Aren't all spoken languages tonal?

All languages have intonation (at sentence or phrase level), or the rise and fall in speech over an utterance but not all languages are called tonal. Let's take Chinese (which I don't know at all). ...
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Aren't all spoken languages tonal?

It has been a long-standing challenge to define the difference between tone and intonation, since both exploit fundamental frequency as a physical exponent. The difference is generally drawn by ...
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