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Topic Title: Natlink/dragonfly newbie learning resources
Topic Summary: Beginner programmer needs help with writing speech grammars
Created On: 04/16/2018 02:23 PM
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 Natlink/dragonfly newbie learning resources   - j_mundel - 04/16/2018 02:23 PM  
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j_mundel
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Hi.

Looking for some tips or resources to help a voice recognition and coding newbie get started on writing my own grammars.

Since installing natlink and dragonfly I have completed two 5 week online python coding courses. So now at least I understand the data structures and many of the commands/concepts inherent in dragonfly grammars (lists, dictionaries, classes, functions/methods etc.)

I have attempted to read through the dragonfly documentation but i still dont know what Im at tbh.

It seems that many people who are successful at creating their own grammars are already programmers. There does not seem to be too many non-programmers like me trying to use this software.

 

Can anyone recommend any learning material, forum posts or some fundamental knowledge required to be able to write grammars?

 

My goal is to write a grammar to write LaTeX markup within the Vim editor. Due to RSI I can't write for too long but I want to study maths/stats. Writing math with my voice using LaTeX through the use of Dragonfly seems like a viable approach. Any help or tips very much appreciated.

Thanks!

 

 

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