Simple and not-so-simple analysis help needed

Cynthia Core core at gwu.edu
Fri Sep 14 15:41:11 EDT 2018


Thank you Brian!
I’ve asked a few people but no one seems to know how to use FREQ to count
utterances.
I looked around and didn’t fine it either - do I just count the tier prefix
MOT and exclude the ones I don’t want?
I apologize for asking such a basic question!
Cynthia

On Friday, September 14, 2018, Brian MacWhinney <macw at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:

> Yes, FREQ can count this.  First, you would count all utterances and then
> you would count only the occurrences of the language precode, such as +s”[-
> spa]”
>
> In order to count NP’s that are the Subjects of Verbs, you would have to
> use the %gra line and count instances of the code SUBJ.
>
> —Brian
>
> On Sep 13, 2018, at 9:16 AM, Cynthia Core <core at gwu.edu> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> 1 - We are analyzing bilingual language samples and want to count the
> number of utterances assigned to a particular language - only English, for
> example.
>
> Can I use FREQ for that? Or do I need to generate a MOR tier and then do
> something else?
>
> 2 - We want to count NPs that govern main verbs. I know I can count nouns
> and I can count main verbs - but how can I delimit the command so I only
> get nouns that are the heads of NPs that govern main verbs?
>
> Thanks for the help -
> Cynthia
>
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