Corpus resources: Indices
This page contains links to other pages that provide extensive
information about corpus linguistics. You may also want to get on the
list, which is where I got most of this information in the first
place. The list is also archived on the web.
- David Lee's Bookmarks for Corpus-based Linguists
- W3C's bibliography
of corpus linguistics.
- The Euralex
index of links to institutions, projects, corpora, tools, and just about everything else.
- UPenn's Linguistic Exploration page.
- The University of Bergen's Humanities
Information Technology Center.
- The SIGLEX (ACL Special Interest Group on
the Lexicon) page of lexical resources.
- The TELRI (Trans-European Language Resources Infrastructure)
- The HIT Centre (Humanities Inforamtion Techonology Research Programme at the University of Bergen), home of ICAME.
- Michael Barlow's corpus linguistics page
- Chris Manning's page on statistical natural language processing and corpus-based computational linguistics
- Corpus resources page maintained by the Linguistics Department at Chulalongkorn University
- Consortium for
Lexical Research Archive "Due to a lack of continued funding, the
Consortium for Lexical Research (CLR) is unable to accept new
memberships or additions to its archive. However, the current archive
remains available and, as of December 1, 1995, all data and programs
in the members-only directories that do not have special contractual
restrictions are now available to everyone. Use of these programs and
data remains subject to the restrictions imposed by their owners."
Emily M. Bender (bender at csli dot stanford dot edu)
Last modified: Oct 10 2002