The Use of Inflected or Uninflected Determiners in the Belgian Dutch Vernacular
The distribution of the Belgian Dutch -e(n)-suffix with 14 determiners in 14 registers and for several speaker characteristics.
A data frame with 40778 rows and 12 variables.
VariantThe linguistic variant used in a set of alternatives (35 levels).
VariableThe linguistic variable specifying a set of alternatives (14 levels).
InflectedNumeric variable specifying whether the linguistic variant is inflected (
1) or not (
RegisterThe register of the data in the Spoken Dutch Corpus (14 levels: see here for their definition).
SpeakerIDThe ID of the speaker in the Spoken Dutch Corpus (1144 levels).
RegionThe region in which the speaker lived until the age of 18 (4 levels).
SexThe sex of the speaker (2 levels).
BirthYearThe year in which the speaker was born (63 levels).
DecadeThe decade in which the speaker was born (7 levels).
GenerationThe generation cohort in which the speaker was born (5 levels).
EducationThe level of education of the speaker (3 levels).
OccupationThe level of occupation of the speaker (10 levels: see here for their definition).
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data(TSS) # The execution of corregp may be slow, due to bootstrapping: tss.crg <- corregp(Variant ~ Register * Region, data = TSS, part = "Variable", b = 3000) tss.crg summary(tss.crg, parm = "b", add_ci = TRUE) screeplot(tss.crg, add_ci = TRUE) tss.col <- ifelse( xtabs(~ Variant + Inflected, data = TSS)[, 1] > 0, "blue", "red") plot(tss.crg, x_ell = TRUE, xsub = c("Register", "Region"), col_btm = tss.col, col_top = "black")
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