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Developing Linguistic Corpora: a Guide to Good Practice

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Developing Linguistic Corpora: a Guide to Good Practice
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Publisher: Oxbow Books
ISBN/ASIN: 1842172050
ISBN-13: 9781842172056
Number of pages: 108

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In this volume, a selection of leading experts in various key areas of corpus construction offer advice in a readable and largely non-technical style to help the reader to ensure that their corpus is well designed and fit for the intended purpose. This Guide is aimed at those who are at some stage of building a linguistic corpus. Little or no knowledge of corpus linguistics or computational procedures is assumed.

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