21 July 2015 Translog 2006 (Translog Academic) distribution will soon stop
After almost ten years' distribution of Translog 2006 (Translog Academic), it is time to stop, after having distributed almost 4,000 copies. Distribution will stop at the end of 2015 at the latest, and the present site will be closed down.
Translog II, developed from the 2006 version by prof. Michael Carl, is a fine replacement and is freely available for the research community. Recordings made with the 2006 version can be imported into Translog II, so old recordings can still be worked on in the new version.
The latest version of Translog II can be freely downloaded at all times without registration at https://sites.google.com/site/centretranslationinnovation/. Translog II is being continuously developed. Most recently, SMI in Berlin have developed a Translog II plug-in for several of their eyetrackers. The latest version also accepts Japanese and Chinese scripts in the input (target text) window. It can also be interfaced with automatic speech recognition.
A big THANK YOU to all Translog users.
Arnt Lykke Jakobsen
30-31 Jan 2014 The CBS CRITT-WCRE will host conference on Translation in transition: Between cognition, computing and technology. See http://bridge.cbs.dk/platform/?q=conference2014
1 July 2012 Translog II now available. More under News.
12 June 2012
Translog runs on 64 bit Windows machines. See installation instructions under Articles.
To order Translog: Go to Products, register, and order
History (More under News)
Jul 2012 Translog II released
Oct 2006 Translog2006 released
Dec 2002 Translog CMS and homepage created
Nov 2002 IST 2002 Event 4-6 Nov 2002 has eye-tracking display
Oct 1999 Translog2000 launched (first version for Windows)
Dec 1995 Lasse Schou programs the first DOS version of Translog
Nov 1995 Arnt Lykke Jakobsen gets the idea for Translog