In search of specialized terminology and phraseology with the help of corpora Sketch Engine workshop given by Ana Frankenberg. More information.
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About Vít Baisa
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Vít Baisa contributed a whooping 10 entries.
Entries by Vít Baisa
Sketch Engine development team member Vít Baisa will give a one-hour Sketch Engine workshop at TurkLang 2015, in Kazan, Russia this week. It will take place on Friday, September 18th, at 12:00 local time at Kazan Federal University. For more information see TurkLang website.
We would like to invite you to attend Sketch Engine presentation at LDA’15 Language Data Analytics Workshop, held in EC Stoner Building 8.60, University of Leeds, on Wednesday 16 September, 10:00–14:00. Miloš Jakubíček will talk at 12:00. More information.
API examples in Java, python, R or just wget. See documentation.
Check out a few (unofficial) photos from Sketch Engine Workshop and eLex conference.
We were interested in what languages our users work with when building their own corpora in Sketch Engine. For the results, see user data overview.
6th International Sketch Engine Workshop (SKEW6) will take place at Herstmonceux castle, United Kingdom on Monday, 10th August 2015 (before eLex 2015). For more information, see SKEW6 and eLex2015.
A few photos from Lexicom trip to Znojmo and surroundings (10th June 2015).
Sketch Engine interface is now available in Arabic. Thanks to Maha Al-Harthi and Ahmad Abbadi.
Discovering English with Sketch Engine, a new book by James Thomas for English teachers and learners, available at LULU
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.