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Global Timit: Participant Data

Updated: Dec 15, 2022

Are you interested in contributing to LanguageARC and want to know where other project participants are from, what languages they speak, and their age ranges? Below, participant data for the "Global Timit" project is displayed.



Original Timit in English, Part 1

This chart shows the number of participants in the task and what country they are from.


This map shows the cities where each participant was located. This task attracted contributions from Tiruchirappalli, India to Washington D.C., United States, Port Elizabeth, South Africa and many places in between. Join the worldwide community of contributors!


LanguageARC contributors are experts in a wide range of languages. Whatever language(s) you speak, you can help researchers, educators and technology developers do better work.



Original Timit in English, Part 2

This chart shows the number of participants in the task and what country they are from.


This map shows the cities where each participant was located. This task attracted contributions from Seattle, Washington to Blagnac, France, London, England and many places in between. Join the worldwide community of contributors!


LanguageARC contributors are experts in a wide range of languages. Whatever language(s) you speak, you can help researchers, educators and technology developers do better work.



Original Timit in English, Part 3

This chart shows the number of participants in the task and what country they are from.


This map shows the cities where each participant was located. This task attracted contributions from Sunnyvale, California to Zaventem, Belgium, Port Elizabeth, South Africa and many places in between. Join the worldwide community of contributors!


LanguageARC contributors are experts in a wide range of languages. Whatever language(s) you speak, you can help researchers, educators and technology developers do better work.



 

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