A hopefully comprehensive list of currently 275 tools used in corpus compilation and analysis.
This list is kept up to date by its users. Hence, please feel free to contribute by suggesting new tools.
You can also make suggestions, e.g., corrections, regarding individual tools by clicking the ✎ symbol. As this is a non-commercial side (side, side) project, checking and incorporating updates usually takes some time.
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|almaneser / SALTA ✎||Semantic Parser and PoS Tagger for English||parser, pos tagger, tagging||Free (with licence agreement)|
|BFSU Stanford Parser ✎||A simple parser||parser||Windows||Free|
|Link Grammar Parser ✎||A syntactic parser of English, Russian, Arabic and Persian (and others), based on Link Grammar.||parser, syntax, grammar||Linux, Mac, Windows||Free|
|MaltOptimizer ✎||A system for parser optimization using the open-source system MaltParser.||parser, dependency parsing||Windows, Mac, Linux||Free|
|MaltParser ✎||A system for data-driven dependency parsing, which can be used to induce a parsing model from treebank data and to parse new data using an induced model.||parser, dependency parsing||Windows, Mac, Linux||Free|
|TurboParser ✎||Multilingual dependency parser with linear programming||parser||Free|
|Tweet NLP ✎||Tweet tokenizer, PoS Tagger, hierarchical word clusters, and a dependency parser for tweets, along with annotated corpora and web-based annotation tools. Clusters: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~ark/TweetNLP/cluster_viewer.html||pos tagger, tokenizer, parser||Free|
|UralicNLP ✎||NLP tools (primarily) for Uralic languages||uralic, parser, pos tagger, tagging, inflection, morphological tagger||Linux, Mac, Windows||Free|
Last Updated: May 07, 2023.
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