You can use my concordancing program specially written for Russian several
years ago. It is free.
Its advantage is that the program has an option to treat Russian morphology.
Grigori Sidorov, PhD
Natural Language Processing Laboratory,
Center for Computing Research, National Polytechnic Institute,
Mexico City, Mexico
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Enviado el: Martes, 24 de Junio de 2003 07:56 a.m.
Asunto: [Corpora-List] Concordancing russian text
Dear members of the Corpora-Mailing List,
I have been trying to put together a small corpus in Russian (Cyrillic
coding) for classroom concordancing, i.e. for the use with concordancers
such as MonoConc and the like. I am aware of the online availability of the
Uppsala corpus at <http://www.sfb441.uni-tuebingen.de/b1/korpora.html>
http://www.sfb441.uni-tuebingen.de/b1/korpora.html yet for presentation
purposes at a workshop I was hoping to present offline concordancing with a
standalone program. Currently, my problem lies not so much on the
linguistic/theoretical side of things but rather the technical realisation
of working with Cyrillic text. So far I have not succeeded in putting
together a *.txt-file in Russian that MonoConcPro would read. I thought that
it was actually capable of it though. Could somebody point me into the right
direction? Any help would be much appreciated.
Webmaster @ <http://www.corpus-linguistics.info/>
University of Essen, Germany
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