The prosodically transcribed IViE corpus on-line




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On-line version Copyrightę2002 E. Grabe and A. Slater. Oxford University Phonetics Laboratory.







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The IViE corpus, the IViE prosodic transcriptions and the associated documentation are copyright information. The speech data, the transcriptions and the documentation cannot be copied or distributed in any format unless this paragraph is included. The speech data and the associated transcriptions are available to any interested user, but only for non-commercial use. The ESRC and the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge make no warranty whatsoever in relation to the materials including as to accuracy, quality or fitness for any particular purpose, and accept no liability in relation to the use of the materials or anything associated with such use.

The IViE data and the associated prosodic transcriptions are available free of charge and may be used for all academic research and teaching purposes and they may be used as a basis for for M.Phil or PhD dissertations.


Please quote IViE transcriptions as follows:

E. Grabe and B. Post (2002). The transcribed IViE corpus. University of Oxford Phonetics Laboratory.







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Interactive I: Map task
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