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#LancsBox Wizard: Writing research reports

#LancsBox offers a simple yet very powerful way of creating research reports. Using the Wizard module in #LancsBox, you can produce draft research reports automatically. The Wizard tool combines the …

In conversation with Doug Biber

In this video Vaclav Brezina interviews Doug Biber about his approach to corpus analysis. If you enjoyed this conversation and would like to hear more about Doug’s work, the following …

Part 1: why use a corpus?

Tony McEnery gives a brief review of why you might want to use a corpus and decisions to make when building a corpus.

In conversation with Adam Kilgarriff

In this video Professor Tony McEnery speaks with the late Adam Kilgarriff about Corpus Linguistics. Adam was a pleasure to know and such was his commitment to his scholarship that …

Part 5: Building your own corpus – tips

Finally, Vaclav Brezina provides five tips for corpus building. Update your journal After the video, don’t forget to update your journal! Keep a record of what you are learning. You …

Statistics meets corpus linguistics

This short lecture introduces basic concepts of statistics in corpus linguistics. It is the first lecture of a lecture series on statistics from a new module on Statistics and data …

In conversation with Paul Baker

This presentation is an optional activity. Paul Baker discusses his work on corpus based approaches to discourse analysis. Find out more about Paul’s research

Part 1: getting started

Vaclav Brezina introduces the process of corpus design and corpus building and provides an overview of this lecture.

How to: Use the GraphColl tool

A video showing how to use the new GraphColl tool which has been developed at the ESRC CASS centre at Lancaster University Download GraphColl for free GraphColl reference guide with …