Re: Online Language Identifier
|From:||James W. <emindahken@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, August 30, 2005, 12:09|
On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 00:50:14 -0700, "David J. Peterson"
Fun! I first put in a sentence of 7 words of my Orēlynna. It came
as Esperanto. Yikes. I put in an additional sentence of 10 words and
it guessed Slovakian...closer, I guess. The language was inspired by
Icelandic and Finnish.
> Radiohead will be pleased to know that Xerox is at it again! For
> those of you who don't check Langmaker.com every two hours,
> a resource was just posted about an online language identifier.
> It can be found here:
> Basically it identifies the language that you put into the text
> field (a sentence of five words or more). It was reviewed on the
> blog Tenser Said the Tensor. The author put in Klingon, Quenya
> and Sindarin. Klingon apparently was fairly consistently identified
> as Maltese. I tried a couple of mine. The results: