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If you use CQPweb in your published research, it would be very much appreciated if you could provide readers with a reference to the following paper:

  • Hardie, A (forthcoming) CQPweb - combining power, flexibility and usability in a corpus analysis tool.

The paper itself will be made available to download as soon as it is finished!

Click here for other references relating to Corpus Workbench software.

 

Who did it?

CQPweb was created by Andrew Hardie (Lancaster University).

Most of the architecture, the look-and-feel, and even some snippets of code were shamelessly half-inched from BNCweb.

BNCweb's most recent version was written by Sebastian Hoffmann (University of Trier) and Stefan Evert (University of Osnabrück). It was originally created by Hans-Martin Lehmann, Sebastian Hoffmann, and Peter Schneider.

The underlying technology of CQPweb is manifold.

CQPweb was adapted for CLUL by Michel Généreux (University of Lisbon).


03-2011: CRPC v2.0
11-2011: CRPC v2.1 more metadata!
04-2012: CRPC v2.2 sentences and chunked NPs
10-2012: CRPC v2.3 livro and revista divided into técnico/didáctico/litérario in restricted query


12-2012: The Child Corpus
08-2013: The Mozambique Corpus
11-2013: Update to CQPweb v3.0.12

CQPweb v3.0.12 © 2008-2013
Corpus and tagset help This is the unregistered version.
Registered users can use this version.
To ask for registration, write an email to crpc.cqpweb@gmail.com