You can install the development version of ipa from GitHub with:
My main use case for ipa is including phonetic representations in R markdown files. You can enter phonetic information as plain-text X-SAMPA and have it rendered as IPA.
`r sampa('/aI pi: "eI/')`
/aɪ piː ˈeɪ/
`r sampa(c('/"nom.b4e/', '/nO~bR/'))`
You can also get the X-SAMPA representation of IPA strings.
ipa("/aɪ piː ˈeɪ/")
/aI pi: "eI/
ARPABET support allows ipa to automatically convert results from the phon package.
# remotes::install_github("coolbutuseless/phon") arpa(phon::phonemes("pronounce"))
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