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TrAML (Transparent Analogical Modeling of Language) is a graphical user interface for PERL 5 that uses the PERL-CLI of Algorithm::AM (https://github.com/garfieldnate/Algorithm-AM). Algorithm::AM (Skousen, Stanford & Glenn 2013) is a computational implementation of Analogical Modeling theory (Analogical Modeling of Language; Skousen 1989 et seq.,…

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TrAML

TrAML (Transparent Analogical Modeling of Language) is a graphical user interface for PERL 5 that uses the PERL-CLI of Algorithm::AM (https://github.com/garfieldnate/Algorithm-AM). Algorithm::AM (Skousen, Stanford & Glenn 2013) is a computational implementation of Analogical Modeling theory (Analogical Modeling of Language; Skousen 1989 et seq., Skousen et al. eds. 2002).

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Dependencies

This project is written in Perl 5. If you are on Windows, we recommend using Strawberry Perl (or berrybrew). Otherwise, use Perlbrew.

Next, you should install Carton, which will provide the dependency management.

If you are using Mac OS, you should install wxwidgets; the easiest method to do this is using homebrew:

brew install wxmac

Finally, use carton to install all of the Perl depenencies in the local directory:

carton install

Running

To run the application, use carton:

carton exec perl TrAML.pl

Building an Executable

An executable can be built using Par::Packer.

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TrAML (Transparent Analogical Modeling of Language) is a graphical user interface for PERL 5 that uses the PERL-CLI of Algorithm::AM (https://github.com/garfieldnate/Algorithm-AM). Algorithm::AM (Skousen, Stanford & Glenn 2013) is a computational implementation of Analogical Modeling theory (Analogical Modeling of Language; Skousen 1989 et seq.,…

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