I'm studying Japanese. I want to tag and track individual words and grammatical structures that I'm learning. What software will help me do this? [more inside]
posted by kristi
on Jul 24, 2014 -
Is there any software out there which can give me feedback on rhythm, timing and flow for language learning? Karaoke for Norwegian speech patterns? [more inside]
posted by Eltulipan
on Mar 18, 2013 -
I am looking for a 2D animation toolkit that helps me animate various actors, like man, woman, cat and helps in realising various actions like sleeping, running, etc. with programmatical ease. I have looked into processing.org and started to toy with simple geometric shapes, but yet to stumble across an animation with man/woman actors. Could you help me find some good resources where I could learn to animate such things? TIA.
posted by godugu
on Oct 4, 2012 -
People who have used Rosetta Stone: how well does the software's speech recognition instant feedback work? [more inside]
posted by kosmonaut
on Jan 12, 2012 -
my kids (ages 3 and 6) are beginning to learn chinese. i am looking for useful materials and strategies to get them fluent. i don't speak chinese.
one thing that helped a lot in learning spanish (their second language) was spanish language education software that targets native spanish speakers ages 3 to 5. does anyone have any recommendations both for the chinese educational software of this type and how to buy it when you don't speak chinese. there is absolutely nothing more daunting than a chinese language web site.
posted by alcahofa
on Nov 21, 2009 -
Does anyone know of a free, online program that, for lack of a better phrase, I'll call a random sentence scrambler? I see there are a lot of anagram makers but I want one for about 500 word bodies of text. Theoretically I could paste in the text and it would spit it out with all the words intact, the sentence structure preserved, just arranged into a new sequence. Thanks.
posted by holdenjordahl
on Aug 16, 2009 -
I often have a whole bunch of 500-3000 word articles to read - all reasonably plain English with headings and sub-headings (and occasionally images). Is there any software out there which will take an article (or articles) and write a reasonable one or two paragraph summary of the article, or produce a list of key points?
posted by zaebiz
on Jun 16, 2009 -
Do you know of a reliable translation programme that will take English text and convert it to written Chinese? [more inside]
posted by Pomo
on May 5, 2009 -
What applications/software for your mobile device did you find useful/essential for travelling? [more inside]
posted by zaebiz
on Mar 31, 2009 -
Does anyone know of any online tools/software that can translate a web site from English to Spanish "on the fly", with no frame and with the ability to use your own list of word translation "exceptions"? [more inside]
posted by dacoit
on Mar 11, 2009 -
What's the modern day equivalent of old school "line number" BASIC as a tool for young children to play and learn with? [more inside]
posted by majick
on Feb 21, 2009 -
Help a stressed out writer with no understanding of enterprise software build consistency across an organization.
What enterprise-wide content/workflow/collaboration/translation memory software am I missing? [more inside]
posted by Gucky
on Jan 20, 2009 -
How should I go about building a language <> English dictionary/translator, that can be used by one or two people via a computer, when the language is still a work-in-progress?> [more inside]
posted by Adelwolf
on Nov 24, 2007 -
I'm looking for a mac word processor with French language support (spelling and grammar) to replace Microsoft Word 2004. [more inside]
posted by Frankieist
on Mar 2, 2007 -
Is there a piece of open-source software which analyzes a text file (or standard input) and tries to determine the language it's written in? [more inside]
posted by helios
on Oct 5, 2006 -
Has anyone around here used Rosetta Stone
software for learning foreign languages? Did it work well for you?
posted by Prospero
on Feb 24, 2004 -