Citing DARLA and its components
DARLA is designed and implemented by Sravana Reddy and James Stanford, with programming assistance from Irene Feng, and is supported by the Neukom Institute for Computational Science. We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please cite us if you use DARLA in research publications.
Suggested in-text citation for the completely automated functions: DARLA (Reddy & Stanford 2015), using the Montreal Forced Aligner (McAuliffe et al. 2017), FAVE-Extract (Rosenfelder et al. 2014), and the Vowels R package (Kendall & Thomas 2010).
Suggested in-text citation for the semi-automated functions: FAVE-Extract (Rosenfelder et al. 2014) and Montreal Forced Aligner (McAuliffe et al. 2017) using the DARLA web interface (Reddy & Stanford 2015) and the Vowels R package (Kendall & Thomas 2010).
- Reddy, Sravana and James Stanford. 2015. A Web Application for Automated Dialect Analysis. In Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2015.
- McAuliffe, Michael, Michaela Socolof, Sarah Mihuc, Michael Wagner, and Morgan Sonderegger. 2017. Montreal Forced Aligner: trainable text-speech alignment using Kaldi. In Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the International Speech Communication Association.
- Kendall, Tyler and Erik R. Thomas. 2010. Vowels: vowel manipulation, normalization, and plotting in R. R package. cran.r-project.org/web/packages/vowels/index.html.
- Rosenfelder, Ingrid; Fruehwald, Josef; Evanini, Keelan; Seyfarth, Scott; Gorman, Kyle; Prichard, Hilary; Yuan, Jiahong; 2014. FAVE (Forced Alignment and Vowel Extraction) Program Suite v1.2.2 10.5281/zenodo.22281.
In addition, if you use the NORM online interface for custom normalization and plotting of the vowel space, please also cite:
- Thomas, Erik R. and Tyler Kendall. 2007. NORM: The vowel normalization and plotting suite. Online Resource. lvc.uoregon.edu/norm/index.php