Last data update: 2014.03.03

R: Variation in spoken Dutch in the use of the suffix -lijk
variationLijkR Documentation

Variation in spoken Dutch in the use of the suffix -lijk

Description

This dataset documents variation in the use of the suffix -lijk, as realized in 32 words, in spoken Dutch across region (Flanders versus The Netherlands), sex (females versus males) and education (high versus mid).

Usage

data(variationLijk)

Format

A data frame with 32 observations on the following 8 variables.

nlfemaleHigh

a numeric vector with counts for Dutch females with a mid education level.

nlfemaleMid

a numeric vector counts for Dutch females with a high education level.

nlmaleHigh

a numeric vector counts for Dutch males with a high education level.

nlmaleMid

a numeric vector counts for Dutch males with a mid education level.

vlfemaleHigh

a numeric vector counts for Flemish females with a high education level.

vlfemaleMid

a numeric vector counts for Flemish females with a mid education level.

vlmaleHigh

a numeric vector counts for Flemish males with a high education level.

vlmaleMid

a numeric vector counts for Flemish males with a mid education level.

References

Keune, K., Ernestus, M., Van Hout, R. and Baayen, R.H. (2005) Social, geographical, and register variation in Dutch: From written 'mogelijk' to spoken 'mok', Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 1, 183-223.

Examples

## Not run: 
data(variationLijk)
variationLijk.ca = corres.fnc(variationLijk)
plot(variationLijk.ca, rcex=0.7, ccol="black",
  rcol = rep("blue", nrow(variationLijk))) 

## End(Not run)

Results