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La​Te​X-IPA

by jvcasillas ST2/ST3

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Labels LaTeX, IPA, snippets

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  • 2014.03.18.21.55.24
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LaTeX-IPA

This is a compilation of snippets for the TIPA package in LaTeX. It is not exhaustive, but I plan to continue adding more. Check out the project page

File naming

Consonants are labeled in the following way:

voicing - point of articulation - mode of articulation  
    Ex. voiceless-bilabial-aprox.sublime-snippet = [β]

Vowels are labeled in the following way:

vowel - tense/lax - height - frontedness - rounding  
    Ex. vowel-tense-high-front-unrounded.sublime-snippet = [i]

Tab triggers

There are 6 main groups:
- Diacritics: type “diac” + tab
- Vowels: type “vowel” + tab

Consonants are divided into four subcategories:
- Fricatives type “fric” + tab
- Affricates type “affr” + tab
- Liquids: type “liquid” + tab
- Nasals: type “nasal” + tab

Notes

As of now (10/19/2013), I have only included the symbols that I use the most in English and Spanish. I will continue adding to the repository over time. It should be noted that the consonants do not include all categories (i.e. stops). This is because they are not represented by unsual symbols in IPA.