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eBoklagret by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:25

eBoklagret gathers a large collection of mainly older Swedish literature. The book are free and available in pdf.  The service is made available by the company Omnibus typografi.

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FetchProt by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:26

The FetchProt corpus is based on 177 full text journal articles from the biological domain analyzed for experiments on proteins to validate tyrosine kinase activity.

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Göteborg Spoken Language Corpus by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:27

Göteborg Spoken Language Corpus is an incrementally growing corpus of spoken Swedish from different social activities.

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Litteraturbanken by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:28

On the web site Litteraturbanken, Swedish literary classics are published in reliable electronic versions. Litteraturbanken is run by Svenska Akademien (The Swedish Academy), Kungliga Biblioteket (The Royal Library), and Språkbanken (The Bank of Language).

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Mediearkivet by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:29

Mediearkivet is a large electronic news archive that includes material from a large numer of Swedish and Norwegian sources, mainly newspapers and technical journals, etc.

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Portal de tecnologies multilingües by editorial staff — last modified 2007-10-22 15:38

The Portal de tecnologies multilingües offers you information on products and services of linguistic engineering that are useful for the automatic management of multilingual communications. Areas covered are e.g. multingual search engineering, automatic text summarization, dialogue systems, and machine translation.

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PressText by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:30

The web service PressText gives electronic access to several of Sweden's largest newspapers, a number of weekly journals, Bonniers lexicon, and Denmark's largest information data base. Subscription needed.

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Project Runeberg by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:31

Project Runeberg is a volunteer effort to create free electronic editions of classic Nordic (Scandinavian) literature and make them openly available over the Internet. It was founded in 1992 and is based at LYSATOR, the students' computer club at Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden.

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Språkbanken by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:31

Språkbanken (the bank of Swedish) has a large amount of material in the form of texts and lexical data.

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Stockholm Umeå Corpus (SUC) by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:32

The Stockholm Umeå Corpus (SUC) is a Swedish balanced corpus of 1 million words, in which each word has been tagged, i.e. annotated with its part-of-speech, inflectional form and lemma.

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Swedish WordNet by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:34

Swedish WordNet is a semantic Swedish lexicon, where a word is related to other words by means of semantic relations, such as hyponomy (more specific), meronomy (whole/part of) , and antonomy (opposite).

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Synlex - The people's lexicon of synonyms by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:28

Synlex is a lexicon of synonyms in XML format, with over 60,000 pair of synonyms. The lexicon, wich took start in March 2005,  has been built by thousands of voluntary users and is completely free to use. 

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Talbanken05 by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 13:33

Talbanken05 is a modernized version of Talbanken76, a Swedish treebank of roughly 300,000 words. The treebank consists of a written language part and a spoken language part of roughly equal size.

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