Find out what terms you use in your lectures. Do you have PowerPoint, seminar notes or tests? See Simon Smith’s SlideShare how to extract terminology from that. Do not forget to see how to simply import CSV file with your terms into Excel/Calc in the Terminology extraction manual page.
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About Michal Cukr
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Michal Cukr contributed a whooping 24 entries.
Entries by Michal Cukr
With pleasure we announce that a new corpus Early English Books Online was added into Sketch Engine. There are more than 800 million words from English books published between 1473 and 1820. The corpus was created by The University of Oxford Text Archive. See the sources of this corpus. In the corpus, there are metadata allowing you to specify your queries according to release […]
We updated a programme of 6th International Sketch Engine Workshop (SkEW-6) , see the detailed programme on the SkEW-6 page.
It is with great sadness, that we inform you that Adam Kilgarriff, founder of Sketch Engine, died on Saturday, May 16th, after a battle with cancer that was diagnosed six months ago.
Why create a corpus from lecture slides? Read more in Using lecture slides to create an academic corpus (S. Smith) in our Bibliography. There are also our papers accepted for the eighth international Corpus Linguistics conference 2015.
Lexicom Telč 2015: 15th Workshop in Lexicography, Corpus Linguistics, and Lexical Computing.
SKEW-6, the 6th International Sketch Engine Workshop has been scheduled.
Adam has started his new blog on his health, language, corpus linguistics, life and the world in general.
Check out a few new features in changelog. We also wish you Happy New Year with Sketch Engine!
Adam Kilgarriff Prize
Adam Kilgariff (1960-2015) was a British corpus linguist and founder of Lexical Computing, the company behind Sketch Engine. Adam devoted his whole life to research at the intersection of corpus linguistic, computational linguistics and lexicography.
To honour our brilliant and much-loved colleague, we established the Adam Kilgarriff Prize for outstanding work in the fields to which Adam contributed so much: corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, and lexicography.