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CQPweb: Introducing frequency breakdown

Watch Andrew Hardie elaborate yet further on how to conduct increasingly sophisticated word searches, including the use of frequency breakdown.

This talk is a continuation of the previous one. Andrew Hardie hones your skills in Word searching. He will return to spelling variation, but this time introduce “frequency breakdown”, a way of displaying the variation (including spelling variation) in what one has just searched for.

As usual, put any issues or concerns or simply interesting observations in the comments.

We strongly advise you to listen to Andrew Hardie’s talk in one window of your computer, and open up his program, CQPweb, in another, so that you can practice what he is saying as he goes along. Obviously, you will need to pause his talk periodically.

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