The Digital Notebook Method streamlines the linguistic elicitation session, employing automated and semi-automated processing without the need of high-level programming skills. Through this method, the data are entered digitally, not in a physical notebook, and the output can be immediately incorporated into a database and is ready for archiving. This method is ideally used with a single speaker who is recorded with a headset microphone.
Digital Notebook Wiki – Project Wiki and GitHub page.
Overview – A brief description of the method.
Presentation – A video presentation introducing the method.
Demonstration – A video demonstration of the entire method.
Data Merger Script – The script used in the Digital Notebook Method to combine text and timecode data and output in .EAF, .TextGrid, and .TXT formats.
DEMO files – Sample audio and text files used in the YouTube DEMO, together with the Data Merger script.
Have any questions, comments, or suggestions relating to the Digital Notebook Method? Contact Richard T. Griscom at firstname.lastname@example.org.