The CHILDES project provides a large database of first and second language acquisition data from over 30 languages in a constant format, called CHAT. There are also programs for Windows and Macintosh that permit analysis of this database as well as alignment of text to speech and video.
- MacWhinney, Brian (2000): The CHILDES project: tools for analyzing talk. Mahwah, NJ u.a. : Lawrence Erlbaum. Online Version
- Meakins, Felicity (2007): Review of Computerized Language Analysis (CLAN). Language Documentation & Conservation