Mark Davies a annoncé cette semaine sur Corpora-List l’intégration du corpus EEBO (Early English Books Online) dans la plateforme de BYU.
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The Early English Books Online (EEBO) corpus is now available online as part of the suite of BYU corpora:
The corpus contains 755,000,000 words of data in more than 25,000 texts from the 1470s-1690s. The corpus also provides a wide range of searches that are not available in other instances of the EEBO corpus online, including: semantic tagging, advanced part of speech tagging and lemmatization, the ability to quickly and easily create “virtual corpora”, powerful comparisons across different parts of the corpus, and much more.
The EEBO corpus is part of the SAMUELS project (https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/critical/research/fundedresearchprojects/samuels/), which also includes the Hansard Corpus (1.6 billion words in 7.6 million speeches in the British Parliament, 1800s-2000s), and which is also available from the BYU suite of corpora (http://corpus.byu.edu).