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An aggregator for (oAnth's) daily interests in humanities, arts, science, geography, economics, politics - academia, education - activism, advocacy - itec, free software, open source, open access, open knowledge - languages in use: mostly EN, FR, DE
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Le moteur français Qwant à la recherche de crédibilité - FrenchWeb.fr

Le moteur français Qwant à la recherche de crédibilité - FrenchWeb.fr | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it

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Mapping Texts

Fruit de la collaboration entre la North Texas University et la Stanford University, le projet Mapping Texts, développé par Andrew J. Torget et Jon Christensen, est un outil d’interrogation et de recherches, portant sur un corpus composés de journaux numérisés. Et c’est une information de première importance : Mapping Texts n’est pas un projet de numérisation mais une interface permettant le traitement de données numérisées par ailleurs.

En l’occurrence, il s’agit d’une vaste collection de journaux texans, sortis des presses entre 1829 et 2008 (232.500 pages au total), et numérisés dans le cadre du Chronicling America project, un programme de numérisation de journaux, lancé par la Library of Congress et le National Endowment for the Humanities. Ces journaux sont accessibles depuis le Portal to Texas History de la North Texas University, à côté d’autres ressources intéressant l’histoire du Texas (photographies, livres d’école, cartes anciennes, journaux).


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Corpus colossal

Corpus colossal | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it
LINGUISTS must often correct lay people's misconceptions of what they do. Their job is not to be experts in “correct” grammar, ready at any moment to smack your...

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Pascual Pérez-Paredes's curator insight, February 13, 2013 1:15 AM

Raw material is surprisingly elusive. Getting people to speak naturally in a controlled study is hard. Eavesdropping is difficult, time-consuming and invasive of privacy. For these reasons, linguists often rely on a “corpus” of language, a body of recorded speech and writing, nowadays usually computerised.