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Development versions and prototypes

This is a list of tools from Språkbanken that either aren't done, aren't released or are under active development.

Prototypes

Strix

Språkbanken's document centred search tool. Strix offers advanced filters and a reading mode. Here you can choose any meta data attribute and the corresponding words will be highlighted in the text. This may help you to see a text from a different perspective.

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/strix/

FSvReader

Read Old Swedish texts.

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/fsvreader/

Saldo's web service

Tool for looking into the content of Saldo.

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/ws/saldo-ws/fl/html

ITG

IT-based grammar learning.

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/en/tools/prototypes/itg

Morfologilabbet

Morfologilabbet gives suggestions of inflection tables of words with the help of language technology. Give one or more word forms to get a table.

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/morfologilabbet

OCR Engine

An open webservice for OCR that can handle Swedish Blackletter print as well as Roman type print. Developed within the project A free cloud service for OCR.

http://demo.spraakdata.gu.se/ocr/

The Swedish PoliGraph

The Swedish PoliGraph is a semantic graph over politicians in the Swedish parliament, including their roles and presence in the parliament. The whole graph is available as a Prolog application and as a Pengines-server. Additionally, a web demo allows one to search for politicians' names and see what roles they have had, and a filtering that enables one to see what politicians were in the parliament on a given date.

Reference: The Swedish PoliGraph: A Semantic Graph for Argument Mining of Swedish Parliamentary Data

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/poligraph/apps/poligraph/

SCOUSE

SCOUSE (Senses as COntinUous-vector Space Embeddings) is a tool to map sense representations defined by a semantic network into a distributional word space.

http://demo.spraakdata.gu.se/richard/scouse/

Development versions

These are tools that are under active development. Some of them have been released, but the "labs" listed here are a newer and usually more untested version than the released one.

Korplabbet

Tool for searching in corpora. Development version of Korp (tool, documentation).

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/korplabb

Sparvlabbet

Tool for annotating text. Development version of Sparv (tool, documentation).

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/sparvlabb/

Karplabbet

Tool for searching and editing lexicons, or other structured data. Development version of Karp (tool, documentation).

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/karplabb/

Karp TNG

Tool for searching and editing lexicons. This is new and under development and aims to replace Karp.

https://spraakbanken.gu.se/karp/tng