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ALEMBIC Workbench

Author/Org: MITRE NL Group
Purpose: corpus development tool for the manual tagging of documents
Access: free; click here for download
Notes: If you agree to the ALEMBI software licence, the tools are available free of charge

 

ENTGWOL - A morphological analyser for English

Author/Org: Lingsoft
Purpose: Morphological analysis of English
Access: free access to the demo version (100 tries per day)
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IMS - Corpus Workbench

Author/Org: IMS Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
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kfngram

Author/Org: William H. Fletcher
Purpose: kfNgram is a stand-alone Windows program which generates lists of n-grams (i.e. sequences of n words, where n can be any positive integer, also known in WordSmith as clusters) in text and HTML files. It features an intuitive graphic user interface and offers numerous options.
Access: freely available for download
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LTG Software

Author/Org: LTG - Language Technology Group, Edinburgh, UK
Purpose: "The LTG is a research and development group working in the area of natural language engineering"
Access: Some of the tools are free for research purposes
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LT TTT

Author/Org: LTG - Language Technology Group, Edinburgh, UK
Purpose: a text tokenisation system and toolset which enables users to produce a swift and individually-tailored tokenisation of text.
Access: free for research under the condition of signing an agreement
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MULTEX Tools

Author/Org: Laboratoire Parole et Langage CNRS & Université de Provence 
Purpose: MULTEX has a multitude of tools under development.
Access: Some of the tools are free for research purposes
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NLSR - Natural Language Software Registry

Org: An Initiative of the ACL and the DFKI
Purpose: Lists and makes available a NLP related software
Access: The database is free accessible; availability of software depends on individual copyrights
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WebTCE (Translation Corpus Explorer for the Web)

Org:  This search tool was developed by Jarle Ebeling
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Contents: EU and WHO texts; multilingual, parallel texts

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free
Notes Software from the ENPC project

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