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LaTeX for linguistics

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Standard LaTeX often falls short of linguists’ needs. But never fear. We stand on the shoulders of (linguist) giants. This page is dedicated to their legacy.

After getting started you may find this .tex file interesting. It compiles into this PDF.

Note for Lyx users

Trees

If a tool is listed here without special instructions, it’s a package included with standard versions of LaTeX. See Importing other people’s code.

Trees for phonology

Numbered examples with glosses

If a tool is listed here without special instructions, it’s a package included with standard versions of LaTeX. See Importing other people’s code.

IPA

If a tool is listed here without special instructions, it’s a package included with standard versions of LaTeX. See Importing other people’s code.

Optimality Theory

If a tool is listed here without special instructions, it’s a package included with standard versions of LaTeX. See Importing other people’s code.

Vowel charts

If a tool is listed here without special instructions, it’s a package included with standard versions of LaTeX. See Importing other people’s code.

Symbols for semantics

Most symbols for semantics are available in standard LaTeX, through math mode, amsmath or amssymb. Look them up at Detexify.

If a tool is listed here without special instructions, it’s a package included with standard versions of LaTeX. See Importing other people’s code.