Linguistic Phonetic Fieldwork Tools

There are a lot of different typical tasks that have to be solved during phonetic research and experiments. This includes creating a presentation that will contain all stimuli, renaming and concatenating multiple sound files recorded during a session, automatic annotation in 'Praat' TextGrids (this is one of the sound annotation standards provided by 'Praat' software, see Boersma & Weenink 2020 <>), creating an html table with annotations and spectrograms, and converting multiple formats ('Praat' TextGrid, 'ELAN', 'EXMARaLDA', 'Audacity', subtitles '.srt', and 'FLEx' flextext). All of these tasks can be solved by a mixture of different tools (any programming language has programs for automatic renaming, and Praat contains scripts for concatenating and renaming files, etc.). 'phonfieldwork' provides a functionality that will make it easier to solve those tasks independently of any additional tools. You can also compare the functionality with other packages: 'rPraat' <>, 'textgRid' <>.


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0.0.9 by George Moroz, 4 days ago,

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Authors: George Moroz [aut, cre] , Jonathan Keane [rev] , Niko Partanen [rev]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL (>= 2) license

Imports tuneR, phonTools, grDevices, utils, graphics, rmarkdown, xml2, uchardet, tools

Suggests knitr, dplyr, tidyr, DT, lingtypology, testthat

System requirements: pandoc (>= 1.14) -

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