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Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Carolus Raeticus » Fri Jun 16, 2017 6:10 pm

Salvete!

I have just uploaded v1.0 of NLyze to my homepage.

This small programme allows display of editions of the Finnish Nuntii Latini hardwired into the file (by year, author). The articles also can be filtered using search expressions. Version 1.0 includes: 294 editions with 1687 articles (of which 256 currently only as headlines). Links to MP3s are included if available. These articles cover the years 2010 to 2017. I hope to be able to add more as I can find the texts.

Take a look, I believe it is well worth the trouble. As for the search expressions: NLyze uses regular expressions (and highlighting of the first capturing group). Try the following search expressions:

  • Normal search expression: trump
  • Regular expression with capturing group: (trump).
Of course, the real power requires more elaborate syntax, e.g.
  • \b((prim\w*|princ\w*)? ?ministr\w*)\b
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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Carolus Raeticus » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:07 pm

Salvete!

I have just uploaded v1.02 of NLyze, the viewer for Nuntii Latini (Finnici)-news.

It covers the NLF from 13.05.2005 to 10.11.2017 (= 532 editions). Beginning with the 15.09.2006-edition links to MP3-files are available for most items (thanks to linguae.weebly.com). For 32 of 2948 news items the text is missing (only headlines available). Should anyone have these, please contact me via Texit.

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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Lucus Eques » Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:20 am

Wow! This a great product you have developed! Thank you. I have just read today though that YLE has defunded the Nuntii Latini programme. These archives of yours will be essential!
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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Carolus Raeticus » Fri Nov 24, 2017 10:57 pm

Lucus Eques wrote:Wow! This a great product you have developed! Thank you. I have just read today though that YLE has defunded the Nuntii Latini programme. These archives of yours will be essential!


Yes, the demise of the Finnish Nuntii Latini is sad, but I guess one should be grateful for how long they kept up the work. At least we have the following alternatives:

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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby jeidsath » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:03 pm

I looked at the second link, and after some moments understanding very little of the left column, my eyes switched to the middle column. This is sure easy Latin, I thought, I can understand everything! Then I realized that the middle column was German.
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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Carolus Raeticus » Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:36 am

jeidsath wrote:I looked at the second link, and after some moments understanding very little of the left column, my eyes switched to the middle column. This is sure easy Latin, I thought, I can understand everything! Then I realized that the middle column was German.


I am not quite sure what you mean. The link leads (at least in my Internet browser) to a web page with the left column being a list of monthly headlines (with each month's title, e. g. Nuntii Latini Mensis Octobris 2017, leading to the actual news in Latin). Doesn't that work for you?

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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Jandar » Mon Nov 27, 2017 9:12 am

Someone's just started an online petition to collect signature against the cancellation of 'Nuntii Latini" per December 2017, would be great if people could sign & share this!

https://la.petitions24.com/appellite_ut ... ntinuentur
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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Carolus Raeticus » Sat Dec 23, 2017 7:04 pm

Salvete!

I have just uploaded v1.03 of NLyze, the viewer for Nuntii Latini (Finnici)-news.

I have added the news items available at Interrete.de covering the years 2000-2005. Unfortunately some editions are missing, and for many editions, especially in the 2000-2001-range, only some of the news items are available. Still, this increases the count of news items with available text by 817 to 3.731 news items. They cover the NLF from 19.05.2000 to 22.12.2017 (= 737 editions). Beginning with the 15.09.2006-edition links to MP3-files are available for most items (thanks to linguae.weebly.com). For 34 of 2948 news items the text is missing (only headlines available). Should anyone have these, please contact me via Texit.

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Re: Online: NLyze (display/search "Nuntii Latini")

Postby Carolus Raeticus » Fri Apr 27, 2018 6:23 pm

Salvete!

I have just uploaded v1.04 of NLyze, the viewer for Nuntii Latini (Finnici)-news.

I have added the following news items:

  • 01.09.1989-30.08.1991 (= the very first Nuntii Latini).
  • all 2017/2018 editions until 27.04.2018.
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