Site ICAM : http://www.hd.uib.no/icame.html
Our WebCorp tool allows you to treat the web as a corpus, extracting concordance lines and word lists from it. It's currently under development but you can try
the prototype at http://www.webcorp.org.uk/. We would appreciate any comments you might have. Andrew Kehoe
Research and Development Unit for English Studies University of Liverpool http://www.rdues.liv.ac.uk
Site http://webdeptos.uma.es/filifa/personal/amoreno/indexer. BNC Indexer is a tool for those who want/need to use the BNC (British National Corpus) under Microsoft Windows (9x/NT/2000). The BNC
distribution provides a software tool (SARA) that can select subsets of
the corpus for analysis based on a number of parameters, such as domain,
mode, author age/sex/type, etc. This tool, however, is available only
for Unix users. BNC Indexer allows you to select sets of files based on any number of
the BNC's original parameters, plus a genre classification developed by
David Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org), using a simple, user-friendly
interface. You can also view any BNC file after it has been selected, as
well as export file lists for processing in other applications.
BNC Indexer is FREEWARE, so you can use it free of charge for as long as
you want. Please read the License Agreement in BNC Indexer's Help file. I appreciate your comments and suggestions (especially if they're positive!).
Antonio Moreno Ortiz, Facultad Filosofia y Letras, Campus de Teatinos S/N, Universidad de Malaga e-mail: email@example.com