- Syncretism (30 language sample looking at all morphosyntactic features)
- Person syncretism (111 language sample looking at subject person marking on verbs)
- Agreement (15 language sample)
- Suppletion (34 language sample)
- Deponency (2 databases, one typological, the other cross-linguistic)
- Short term morphosyntactic change (6 phenomena from Russian over 200 years)
- Defectiveness (2 databases, one typological, the other cross-linguistic)
- Owners into actors
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- Agreement Bibliography
- Canonical Typology Bibliography
- Network Morphology Bibliography
- Slavonic Number Bibliography
- Slavonic Agreement
- Suppletion Bibliography
- Short Term Morphosyntactic Change Bibliography
- Syncretism Bibliography
- Download the Excel spreadsheet of nouns from the Uppsala corpus (product of the ESRC project 'Number Use in Language'). For each of the approx. 5440 noun lexemes the spreadsheet includes information on frequency, animacy (modified version of the Smith-Stark hierarchy), as well as counts for occurrences of particular case and number combinations.
There is a readme file for the spreadsheet.
- Diachronic datasets of Slavonic colour terms: East Slavonic, South Slavonic, West Slavonic.
- Datasets associated with the ESRC project 'Paradigms in Use'.
DATR Fragments & theorem dumps
- DATR fragments from the ESRC projects 'A DATR Theory of Russian Morphology' and 'The Theory of Network Morphology' are available from the Sussex DATR Archive.
- The Semantics of Gender in Mayali: Partially Parallel Systems and Formal Implementation.
- Dalabon pronominal prefixes and the typology of syncretism: a Network Morphology analysis.
- DATR analyses of typologically distinct deponent paradigms (from the ESRC project 'Extended deponency').
- Theorems from polish15.dtr.
- View our statistical model of plural proportions from the Uppsala corpus (from the ESRC project 'Number Use in Language').