1. Texts selection
1.1 Search texts which contain elements little or a lot different from the standard.
1.2 Selection of unpublished texts and published texts (preferably, the first edition).
1.3 Selection of texts which belong to the genres less represented in the initial choice.
2. Description of the project
2.1 Transcript texts (and published)
2.2 unpublished texts
2.2.1 Medieval texts: use of the edition rules of “Els Nostres Clàssics”
Apostrophes and interpoints as necessary.
Hyphens or apostrophes to separate the pronouns from the verb.
Regularization of the u/v and i/j.
2.2.2 Texts from XVII century: we respect the original spelling
2.2.3 Transcription marks
< >. When we remove elements that appear in the text.
[ ]. As well as when we add elements, within the brackets we put whether we are dealing with the writer’s notes, interlineated and crossed out elements.
[...]. When we do not transcript since it is incomprehensible or illegible.
(...). When we want to indicate the omission of a fragment, which we have not selected.
(¿). Unclear reading.
Italics. We develop always the abbreviations. If the editor does not mark it, we do not mark either.
2.2.4 The treatment of the notes.
If they are ours, we numerate them without any mark. If they are from the editor, we indicate it with a *, apart from the corresponding numeration.
3. Computerisation of the corpus
3.1 Texts digitalization
3.2 Application of the text format (Word)
3.3 Elaboration of the technic database (Access)
4. Code for the text identification
Every text has been encoded according to its dialect data, its year and its textual genre.
4.1 Dialect and subdialect coding
4.2 Genre coding
Text-type categorization (according to the register and the theme) from the criteria of the IEC’s “Corpus Textual Informatitzat de la Llengua Catalana” (directed by Joaquim Rafel), adapted to the features of the “corpus Scripta”.
1.1 Storytelling2. Poetry
2.1 Popular poetry3. Theatre
3.1 Colloquia4. correspondence
3.2 Literary investigation
6.1 Sermons7. Social science
6.2 Goigs (a kind of religious poetry)
6.6 Edicts, ecclesiastical ordinations
7.1 Testaments8. Press
7.3 Judicial legal texts
7.5. Pregó (Street cries), edicts, acts, ordinations, determinations, instances
7.6 Books of account and receipts
7.7 Education, urbanity
9. Natural sciences
9.1 Meteorology10 Applied sciences
9.2 Astronomy, astrology
10.1 Medicine11. Fine Arts. Entertainments. Games. Sports
10.6 Arts and crafts (building)
12.1 Lexicography13. History and geography
12.3 Others (apologies)
13.1 History14. Fundamental science
4.3 Text code identifier
According to the year in which the text was written (if the data is unknown) and with the established codification for the dialects and the text types, the code which identifies the texts is as follows:
Example: Be-1560-7.2 (= eivissenc-year 15600-inventories)
5. Formalization and selection of the linguistic data
5.1 Codification of the more outstanding phonetic, morphological, syntactic and lexical phenomena.
5.2 Application of the linguistic data encoded in each of the texts from the balearic dialect.
5.3 Elaboration of the standard codes for a linguistic analysis of each of the texts selected
6. The planning for the redaction of the comments
— Text code
— Author: title of the text
6.2 Linguistic commentary
— Documental and/or bibliographic reference comments about the text documental (unpublished text, published text correction, edition, etc.)
— Author’s reference, when the text is not anonymous
— Contextualization of the document
— Evaluation of the text’s linguistic data
Reproduction of both the transcript and digitalized version of the text
7.1 Marking of the forms discussed from the balear dialect
7.2 Index glossary: variant and text code
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