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In this issue: Virtual Language Observatory 4.9.0 released, New Centre Registry version, New C-centre and FCS endpoints, Link Checker request, Looking for datasets on disinformation, Fedora Commons Interest Group
GATE is a widely used, established open-source NLP infrastructure that provides a framework and numerous essential components (plugins) for all kinds of NLP and text processing tasks.
Read all about the third CLARIN Café for researchers in Literary Studies, that was hosted by CLARIN Ambassador Maciej Maryl (Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences ).
Read all about the second CLARIN Café that was hosted by CLARIN Ambassador Dr. Francesca Frontini (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III)
Katarzyna Klessa and Anita Lorenc are experimental phoneticians who have prepared a Polish corpus of disordered speech, which has been released in a GDPR-compliant manner in collaboration with the K-ACE Knowledge Centre.
This CLARIN Café aimed to be an informal get-together for researchers to exchange Corona-related research ideas and results.
In this Tour de CLARIN post, we present an interview with Eva Gredel and Yana Strakatova, both of whom have successfully collaborated with CLARIN-D.
One central focus of CLARIN-D is the support of early-stage researchers in the Digital Humanities. Read all about it in the blog post written by Nathalie Walker.
The recordings and presentation slides of the three lectures Tomaž Erjavec gave about CLARIN.SI and the TEI recommendations are available online
The organisers of the second ParlaCLARIN workshop on creating, using and linking parliamentary corpora with other types of political discourse share their experience with the successful virtual edition of this LREC2020 workshop that was originally envisaged to take place in Marseille.