Guide to finding and using RESEARCH MATERIALS
The tips for users page is a guide to how to download and use data from the infrastructure DiACL - Diachronic Atlas of Comparative Linguistics as well as the DiACL Zenodo community, which gives research materials and codes related to the DiACL project. The page is continuously changing, so stay updated for new additions.

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General rules for using data from the DiACL homepage or the DiACL Zenodo community: all data, material and code are free of use, but has to be quoted by the reference of the database:
Carling, Gerd (ed.) 2017. Diachronic Atlas of Comparative Linguistics Online. Lund: Lund University. (DOI/URL: Accessed on: x.).