corpus exploration

The tool allows users to explore a corpus

Nederlab





Nederlab, online laboratory for humanities research on Dutch text collections

Summary

A user-friendly and tool-enriched open access web interface that that aims at containing all digitized texts relevant for the Dutch national heritage and the history of Dutch language and culture (c. 800 - present).

AutoSearch




















AutoSearch

Summary

AutoSearch allows users to upload corpora annotated at the token level for (extended) part of speech, lemma and word form in FoLiA or

OpenSONAR








OpenSONAR: a 500 MW reference corpus

Summary

OpenSoNaR is an online system that allows for analyzing and searching the large scale Dutch reference corpus SoNaR. Due to the size of the corpus (500 million words), accessing the information contained in the dataset has proven to be difficult for less technically inclined researchers. OpenSoNaR facilitates the use of the SoNaR corpus by providing a user-friendly online interface.

BNM-I

BMN-I: Linked Data on Middle Dutch Sources Kept Worldwide

Summary

Web application for consultation, using facetted search, and collaborative editing of the curated e-BNM collection of textual, codicological and historical information about thousands of Middle Dutch manuscripts kept world wide.

PaQu





PaQu - Parse and Query

Summary

The PaQu web service makes it possible to search in syntactically annotated corpora in Dutch. You can parse your own Dutch text corpus or use one of two corpora provided by the developers.

SHEBANQ







SHEBANQ: System for HEBrew Text: ANnotations for Queries and Markup

Summary

A web application that enables researchers to perform linguistic queries on the WIVU Hebrew Text Database and preserve significant results as annotations to this resource. This database contains the Hebrew text of the Old Testament enriched with many linguistic features at the morpheme level up to the discourse level.

GrETEL

GrETEL is a query engine in which linguists can use a natural language example as a starting point for searching a treebank with limited knowledge about tree representations and formal query languages. By allowing users to search for constructions which are similar to the example they provide, we hope to bridge the gap between traditional and computational linguistics.

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