The Database of Modern Icelandic Inflection (DMII) contains inflectional paradigms and has a vocabulary of 300,000 lemmas with approximately 6.5 million inflectional forms.
IceNLP is an open source toolkit for processing and analysing Icelandic text that is available through the CLARIN-IS repository.
Iceland first joined CLARIN as an in November 2018, but after a new law was passed by the Icelandic Parliament on European Research Infrastructure Consortia in 2019, it was able to apply for full membership, which was approved in February 2020
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: November 2020 here
Find out how we are all working together on the European Open Science Cloud. Our video illustrates how many language processing services, both from CLARIN centres and other providers, are just a click away!
The CLARIN Board of Directors is happy to launch a call for book chapters for the first monograph about CLARIN .
Jose Pérez-Navarro is a PhD candidate at the University of the Basque Country who works in developmental cognitive neuroscience and has successfully collaborated with the Spanish CLARIN K-Centre.
This month CLARIN highlights Manual corpora, collections of texts containing manually validated or manually assigned linguistic information.
Michaela Mahlberg is Chair of Corpus Linguistics at the Department of English Language and Linguistics at the University of Birmingham. She is Principal Investigator of the project that has developed the CLiC search system, which is one of the flagship resources of CLARIN-UK.
Read a summary of the CLARIN Annual Conference 2020!
The Spanish CLARIN K-Centre was the first CLARIN Knowledge Centre to be established. Initially the Spanish K-Centre covered Spanish, Basque and Catalan, but soon after a Galician specialist research group joined the centre.
ParlaMint Call for New Languages is open!
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: October 2020 here
This month CLARIN highlights Corpora of academic texts that contain scholarly writing.
The Historical Thesaurus of English is an invaluable CLARIN-UK resource for research into the semantics of English, from the study of individual concepts up to a perspective on the language as a whole, from its beginnings to the present day.
Gerd Carling is Associate Professor at the Department of Linguistics at Lund University who specializes in linguistic phylogenetics. She is the main editor of the Diachronic Atlas of Comparative Linguistics, which is hosted by the LUND CLARIN Knowledge Centre.
Save the date! for the CLARIN Annual Conference (CLARIN2021) that will take place from 27-29 September 2021.
CLARIN.SI Language Technology Centre in Ljubljana, Slovenia, has been successfully re-assessed as a CLARIN B-centre
Registration is open for the upcoming CLARIN Café. This Café is dedicated to the ParlaMint Project.
In this post, we take a look at the new resources integrated into CLARIN’s Virtual Language Observatory.