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Overview Getting started Viewing files Information about texts
Simple searches Advanced searches Returns from searches Compiling a corpus
Data sets Databases Other projects Glossary and references

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  1. What is Corpus Presenter ?
  2. The program suite
  3. Using the launcher
  4. Frequently asked questions
  5. Help in Corpus Presenter
  6. Installing Corpus Presenter
  7. Removing Corpus Presenter
  8. The book Corpus Presenter
  9. Versions of Corpus Presenter
  10. Upgrading via the internet

  Getting started

  1. General overview
  2. How to load files
  3. How to search texts
  4. A little more detailed . . .

  Viewing files

  1. How files are displayed
  2. Non-West European languages
  3. Parameters for display
  4. The directory listing level
  5. The internal text editor

  Quick searches

  1. Simple find
  2. Quick search
  3. Searches with wild cards
  4. Simple project
  5. Using input lists
  6. Range of text searches
  7. Finding strings in returns
  8. Exporting returns as a HTML file
  9. If a search does not work . . .

  Advanced searches

  1. Advanced search
  2. Search parameters
  3. Types of returns from searches
  4. What to do with returns
  5. Saving returns to disk
  6. Cocoa parameters
  7. Markup code (comments)
  8. Finding strings in returns
  9. Exporting returns as a HTML file
  10. If a search does not work . . .

  Returns from searches

  1. RTF returns
  2. Line list returns
  3. Single-line grid returns
  4. Multi-line grid returns
  5. Returns as databases
  6. Chart generation from returns

  Information about texts

  1. Word lists
  2. Collocations
  3. Lexical clustering
  4. Keyness

  Compiling a corpus

  1. When you are compiling a corpus
  2. Using Text Tool to process texts
  3. Interactive tagging
  4. Automatic tagging
  5. Normalising texts
  6. What is XML?

  Data sets

  1. Make a tree (data set file) with the supplied utility
  2. Making a data set file on the directory listing level
  3. Making a data set by copying files from a corpus
  4. The structure of data set files


  1. Working with databases
  2. Making a database
  3. Generating a report

  Other projects

  1. A Corpus of Irish English
  2. Related projects
  3. Files for Helsinki corpora

  Glossary and references

  1. Glossary of terms
  2. References