ALTLab tools for Plains Cree are being developed together with our technological partners, the Giellatekno and Divvun teams at the University of Tromsø. Please check out these tools via the links below:
Morphological analysis (try the single word: nicêmosisinânak or the full sentence nitêminân nipâw sisone iskwâhtêmihk)
Word form generation
(try the nouns: nicêmosisinân and iskwâhtêmihk or the verb nipâw)
Paradigm generation (try the nouns: nicêmosisinân ‘dog’ and iskwâhtêmihk ‘door’, or the verb nipâw ‘to sleep’ — you can start with these inflected forms)
An intelligent Plains Cree — English dictionary combining the lexical content of Dr. Arok Wolvengrey’s dictionary nêhiyawêwin : itwêwina / Cree : Words and our FST model, allowing you to search with inflected forms of Plains Cree Words.
Try nâpesis and you can search for genuine usage contexts using a lemma from our current Indigenous Language Corpus (Korp). Access to the Ahenakew-Wolfart texts requires an individual access code, which can be received upon a well-motivated request to Antti Arppe (email@example.com). Also, check out the itwêwina: guided tour via screenshots.
A guided tour for the demo version of nêhiyawêtân, an Intelligent Computer-Aided Language Learning (ICALL) application for Plains Cree can be accessed here.
A preliminary guided tour of a spell-checker for Plains Cree (to be available on MacOS 10.10 or later) can be accessed here.
Odawa – kidwinan
A guided tour for the demo version of Kidwinan, an Intelligent Dictionary for Odawa (otw) can be accessed here.
Tsuut’ina – Gunáhà
A guided tour for the demo version of Gunáhà, an Intelligent Dictionary for Tsuut’ina (srs) can be accessed here.