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ASL-LEX Database

ASL-LEX is an interactive visualization and open-source database containing important linguistic information about 2,723 ASL signs. The main goal of the database is to provide information about the properties of ASL signs, such as frequency or sign-based phonology and is intended for use in education, scientific research or machine learning.

This project is an ongoing collaboration among three universities and the teams consist of deaf and hearing scientists.

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