Rob, & others who gave the same tip:
Thanks very much for the info, which helps a bit in counteracting my naiveté
and lack of actual corpus experience. Now, I just have to get my corpus big
enough to merit such tools!
Rob Freeman escribió:
> I don't think there is any need to wait till you get a machine with Linux on
> it before you try these tools.
> Unless I'm much mistaken the "live" handle on Zhang Le's CD means the Linux
> belongs to, and runs from, the CD. That is, you plug in the CD, and your
> machine is running Linux, with all these tools available.
> I think the beauty of it will be the tools are self-contained, ready compiled
> with their own OS, and will run anywhere. You can slip it in your briefcase
> and your tools will always be with you.
James L. Fidelholtz
Posgrado en Ciencias del Lenguaje
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla MÉXICO
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