pyuca 1.2 Released with Support for New Versions of Unicode

pyuca is my pure-Python implementation of the Unicode Collation Algorithm—a library I use almost every day to properly sort Greek (although the library is not Greek-specific). I was recently asked how to use pyuca with a more recent DUCET than 6.3.0. That led to me needing to make a number of changes to the core code so it now supports 8.0.0, 9.0.0 and 10.0.0 as long as you have the right Python version.

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A Tour of Greek Morphology: Part 16

Part sixteen of a tour through Greek inflectional morphology to help get students thinking more systematically about the word forms they see (and maybe teach a bit of general linguistics along the way).

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A Tour of Greek Morphology: Part 15

Part fifteen of a tour through Greek inflectional morphology to help get students thinking more systematically about the word forms they see (and maybe teach a bit of general linguistics along the way).

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More Vocabulary Statistics

With a boost in numbers on http://vocab.oxlos.org, this post looks at some slightly more detailed statistics from the first activity.

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Some Initial Vocabulary Statistics

Here are some very preliminary statistics from the Greek Vocab site’s first month.

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A Tour of Greek Morphology: Part 14

Part fourteen of a tour through Greek inflectional morphology to help get students thinking more systematically about the word forms they see (and maybe teach a bit of general linguistics along the way).

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Greek Letter Frequencies

I recently saw a nice visualisation of English letter bigram frequencies and decided to replicate it with Greek New Testament data.

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A Tour of Greek Morphology: Part 13

Part thirteen of a tour through Greek inflectional morphology to help get students thinking more systematically about the word forms they see (and maybe teach a bit of general linguistics along the way).

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A Tour of Greek Morphology: Part 12

Part twelve of a tour through Greek inflectional morphology to help get students thinking more systematically about the word forms they see (and maybe teach a bit of general linguistics along the way).

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First Week of New Vocab Site

Last week I launched a site for Greek vocabulary. Here’s how the first week has gone.

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