greek-accentuation 1.0.0 Released

greek-accentuation has finally hit 1.0.0 with a couple more functions and a module layout change.

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More Parsing of the DCC Principal Parts

This is part 7 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and looks in even more detail at the format of the principal parts list in the DCC verbs.

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Parsing the DCC Principal Parts

This is part 6 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and looks more precisely at the format of the principal parts list in the DCC verbs.

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Formatting of Principal Parts

This is part 5 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and covers the format of the principal parts themselves in the Pratt, Morwood and DCC verb lists.

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Merging the DCC Lemmas

This is part 4 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and covers the Dickinson College Commentaries (DCC) Greek Core lemmas and issues in merging them with the existing merge of Pratt and Morwood.

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Merging the Morwood and Pratt Lemmas

This is part 3 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and covers the Morwood lemmas and issues in merging them with Pratt’s.

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Lemmas in the Pratt Principal Parts

This is part 2 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and covers the complexities in the notion of a lemma identifying lexical entries, specifically in the Pratt principal parts.

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Sources of Principal Part Lists

This is part 1 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists and covers the three sources of Attic Greek principal parts used to expand and test the Morphological Lexicon.

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Modelling Stems and Principal Part Lists

This is part 0 of a series of blog posts about modelling stems and principal part lists, particularly for Attic Greek but hopefully more generally applicable. This is largely writing up work already done but I’m doing cleanup as I go along as well.

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pyuca Published in The Journal of Open Source Software

A research career requires publication in peer-reviewed journals but what if some of your scholarly output is in the form of software? The Journal of Open Source Software attempts to solve that by essentially wrapping peer-reviewed software packages up as lightweight papers. My pyuca library was just accepted for publication by the journal.

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