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Multi-language features on the SLDR site
- Navigation is possible in English, Spanish, French and Chinese
- Each item (corpus, ressource, tool, collection) may be independently described in each of the navigation languages as well as in an additional language selected in a directory (see below). We recommend describing corpora in their own language or in a related one.
- Each item is assigned a name for each navigation language.
- Ifever a name, a description or a keyword list is not available in the navigation language, it will be replaced by its translation in another navigation language, following the priority order en/es/fr/cn.
- Geographical data for a corpus should be entered in the language of the corpus.
- A description comprises a text field (max 7,000 chars in every language) and a keyword field (max 2,000 chars). As far as corpora are concerned, multilingual fields are also provided for text descriptions of transcription and annotation work.
- Two additional fields are available for description and keywords of the item in an alternative language that is generally the language of the associated corpus.
- If a more detailed description is needed, use the SldrWiki page associated with the object.
- See example
Language directory on this site
- Languages currently enlisted on this site are displayed in pull-down selections when editing items or entering queries.
- A 'var' property is assigned to each language in the directory. If 'var' is greater than 0, the language is taken as a variant of another language tagged by its ISO 693-3 code. Thus it is possible to encode languages not enlisted in the norm.
- Contact webmaster to add more languages to the list.
- For any description Unicode (UTF8) character sets may be used, including for non-European scripts.
- International Phonetic Alphabet may be used with the Unicode CharisSIL4 font available from http://scripts.sil.org/CharisSILfont.
- Several scripts may be mixed in the same field.
- The above applies to SldrWiki pages.
- Contact webmaster for any help.
- HTML tags <b>, <i>, <em>, <u>, <sup>, <sub> are properly interpreted in plain-text fields. Other tags are treated as plain text.
- Descriptive text and keyword fields may be searched in the navigation or the additional language, but at the moment target words must use the glyphs of Western-European languages.