I'm a linguist with a technological bent. For my master's thesis, I developed a lexical transducer of North Slope Inupiaq. I used Tcl to convert lexical data from custom text formats into xfst/lexc source code, and SQLiteStudio to manage the data I used to evaluate the finished transducer. Since graduating, I've also used Tcl/Tk in conjunction with my transducer to develop some computerized tasks for Inupiaq language learners.
Other ways I've used Tcl/Tk in recent years:
In not-so-recent years, I used Tcl/Tk (extended with C) to visualize, convert, and extract metadata from neuroimaging data (mostly MRI).
I can be reached at:
[string map [list # @ / .] aric_bills#byu/net]
Special characters for Inupiaq:
Dotted g: \u0120 \u0121 Slashed l: \u0141 \u0142 Dotted l: \u1E36 \u1E37 Dotted, slashed l: \u0141\u0323 \u0142\u0323 n "with a tail": \u014A \u014B n with tilde: \u00D1 \u00F1
Special characters for Aleut:
g with circumflex: \u011C \u011D x with circumflex: X\u0302 x\u0302