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Do complete outlines of languages exist?

asked 2016-10-09 02:33:13 -0400

Abigail429 gravatar image

This is a silly question, I'm sure but I have been looking for maps of languages something that would serve as a comprehensive overview of an individual language and all its parts. Do such things exist? Where could I find them if so?

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answered 2016-10-19 23:20:34 -0400

ksteimel gravatar image

updated 2016-10-20 10:16:14 -0400

At the LINGUIST List we have a project called LL Map that we're very proud of. I hope it can provide some of what you're looking for.

http://llmap.org/map/viewer/

You can also use our service GeoLing to find languages (http://geoling.linguistlist.org/). However,GeoLing doesn't provide the outlines of languages as you requested.

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