In this year’s session, the Copenhagen Alliance will focus on MACULA, a set of integrated datasets for biblical languages that includes tools for reading, curating, and creating new datasets. MACULA datasets and code are freely licensed. This project is in early development. We welcome feedback to help us build frameworks that are useful for biblical scholarship and research.
This first session (M19-112) will take place on Saturday November 19, from 9.00-11.30am. The location is SD-Plaza Court 5.
- Mike Aubrey, SIL International
- Rachel Aubrey, SIL International
- Jonathan Robie, Clear Bible
- James Tauber, Clear Bible
- Paul O’Rear, SIL International
- Randall Tan, Clear Bible
- Reinier de Blois, United Bible Societies
- Steve Runge, Clear Bible
- Mike Brinker, Clear Bible
- Why we need linguistically-aware biblical language research tools to support Bible translation. (Mike Aubrey, Rachel Aubrey)
- MACULA overview: an architecture for sharing. (Jonathan Robie, James Tauber)
- Linguistic Datasets in MACULA: What’s there? Where did it come from? What are they good for? (Paul O’Rear, Randall Tan)
- Enhanced Resources++: Aligning MACULA data to modern translations and linking it to images, maps, dictionaries, and other resources for those who do not know Hebrew and Greek. (Reinier de Blois, Steve Runge, Mike Brinker)