CQL – search structures
Structures refer to sentences, paragraphs, documents or any other parts or sections into which a corpus might be divided.
Introduction to structures and values
A corpus with structures
Structures can be different in each corpus but most corpora will use at least s, p and doc (sentences, paragraphs and documents respectively) as seen in the examples below. To see the list of all structures used in the corpus, go to the Corpus statistics and details page. The page is also useful to check how the common structures are labelled. For example, sentence can use s, sent, sen or snt. This may vary between corpora.