A Corpus Workers Toolkit was Re: kwic (uses Perl) Key Word In Context
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "acummingsus" <acumming@c...> wrote:
>[ snip ]note: ACWT contains numerous clip libraries. It may be that some of
the clips will stand alone (without the Perl requirement). That's a
guess as I'm not qualified to say. All I did was create the Notetab
clip interface to the Perl script(s) and (a rather basic mod) modified
one of the Perl scripts to suit the Notetab-Perl combination. Some of
the programming by their respective authors in those Perl scripts goes
right on up over my head.
Hi. I just received a message with this next link enclosed:
The entire tool kit packet is downloadable there. And, the
screenshots plus other resources are there. So, that is the preferred
place over what I had uploaded to the clips files area.
I hope HT will forgive me :-) (this package of tools does way much
more than just key word in context as far as English is concerned).
For English (I'm unable to read Chinese) I also saw (English)
something about adjective useage checking/checker. Also text
statistics, perhaps it's a clip that returns such statistics. There
may be more as I'm not in the know enough (so as to know) about this
toolkit's entire scope.
Ok, back to coding I go.
unless Perl $syntax eq line_noise, print "go_for_it Notetab and Perl";
(Yes, that does prints the go_for_it message because Perl syntax does
not equal line noise)
Have fun. Later. Alan.