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).