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== Corpora ==
 
== Corpora ==
  
* Brown Corpus - blah blah
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* [http://icame.uib.no/brown/bcm.html Brown Corpus] - An important corpus that was one of the first large-scale corpora. It has many useful concordancing features.
* BYU Corpora - Includes Time Corpus, Spanish and Portuguese, etc.
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* [http://corpus.byu.edu/ BYU Corpora] - Includes the Time Magazine Corpus as well as corpora in Spanish and Portuguese.
* American National - efokoekf
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* [http://www.americannationalcorpus.org/ American National Corpus] - This is the official national corpus of the U.S.A. (American English)
* British National - woefij
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* [http://www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk/ British National Corpus] - This is the official national corpus of the U.K. (British English)
* corpus4learning - gokrog, link to corpora on other languages as well...
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* [http://www.corpora4learning.net/ corpora4learning] - This site presents a fairly comprehensive list of links to various corpora, including corpora in other languages.
* Aberdeen - oiwjeo
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* [http://www.abdn.ac.uk/langling/resources/corpdata.html University of Aberdeen] - This site links to lots of other corpora, including speech corpora.
* ICE - World Englishes...
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* [http://ice-corpora.net/ice/index.htm International Corpus of English] - A corpus with a focus on "World English"
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== Other Resouces ==
 
== Other Resouces ==
  
* The lextutor community
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* [http://www.lextutor.ca/ The Compleat Lextutor] - This site has a full-featured concordancer and lots of other features useful for data-driven learning endeavors, including a social network devoted to uses of concordancers.
* WordNet
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* [http:// The Hong Kong concordancer…] -
* foo
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* [http:// WordNet] - A large-scale dictionary which includes relationships between words based on corpus data. The WordNet site has a full set of search tools.
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== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:59, 9 December 2009

Corpora

  • Brown Corpus - An important corpus that was one of the first large-scale corpora. It has many useful concordancing features.
  • BYU Corpora - Includes the Time Magazine Corpus as well as corpora in Spanish and Portuguese.
  • American National Corpus - This is the official national corpus of the U.S.A. (American English)
  • British National Corpus - This is the official national corpus of the U.K. (British English)
  • corpora4learning - This site presents a fairly comprehensive list of links to various corpora, including corpora in other languages.
  • University of Aberdeen - This site links to lots of other corpora, including speech corpora.
  • International Corpus of English - A corpus with a focus on "World English"


Other Resouces

  • The Compleat Lextutor - This site has a full-featured concordancer and lots of other features useful for data-driven learning endeavors, including a social network devoted to uses of concordancers.
  • [http:// The Hong Kong concordancer…] -
  • [http:// WordNet] - A large-scale dictionary which includes relationships between words based on corpus data. The WordNet site has a full set of search tools.


References

  • foo
  • bar
  • baz



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