Welcome to ValPaLpre-release

This is the pre-release version of the Valency Patterns Leipzig Online Database,
which is one of the results of the Leipzig Valency Classes Project.

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How to cite ValPaL

The ValPaL online database is an edited database consisting of different languages which should be regarded as separate publications, like chapters of an edited volume. These datasets exemplified by Icelandic should be cited as follows:

Please do not cite the ValPaL pre-release version in any scientific work!
Barðdal, Jóhanna. 2013. Icelandic Valency Patterns.
In: Hartmann, Iren & Haspelmath, Martin & Taylor, Bradley (eds.) 2013.
Valency Patterns Leipzig.
Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
(Available online at http://valpal.info/languages/icelandic, Accessed on 2014-11-21)

The complete work should be cited as follows: BibTeX

Please do not cite the ValPaL pre-release version in any scientific work!
Hartmann, Iren & Haspelmath, Martin & Taylor, Bradley (eds.) 2013.
Valency Patterns Leipzig.
Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
(Available online at http://valpal.info, Accessed on 2014-11-21)

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