Texts, text centres, resources and programs on the Web

CTI Textual Studies
CTI Textual Studies: Resources Guide 1996-98
Electronic Texts on the Web (CTI)
Obtaining Electronic Texts on the Web (CTI)
Corpus Linguistics (Barlow)
Concordances and Corpora Tutorial (Ball)
Tim Johns Data-driven Learning Page
British National Corpus
BNC wordlists (Kilgarriff)
English Language Corpora and Resources (from BNC/Oxford)
ECI (Europeean Corpus Initiative)
Oxford Text Archive Home Page
COBUILD, Babk of English
Survey of English Usage (London)
Text Encoding Initiative Home Page
Electronic Text centres etc (from HUMBUL))
Online Newspapers (more than 2000!)
Electronic Text Center -- University of Virginia
CETH Centre for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, Princeton/Rutgers
Humanities Text Initiative (Michigan)
ARTFL Project
The On-line Books Page
The English Server at CMU
Wiretap Electronic Text Archive
Project Gutenberg Home Page
The Consortium for Lexical Research
Linguistics Resources (SIL)
Linguistic Data Consortium
Childes archive CMU
UCREL Home Page
Computing in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto
Norwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities (NCCH), Bergen
Language Technology Group Edinburgh
ELRA (European Language Resources Association)
MULTEXT Multilingual Text Tools and Corpora
Links for teachers and learners of English (from Yasumasa Someya, Tokyo)
W3-Corpora Project, Essex
WebCorp, University of Liverpool


Text analysis /content analysis by Harald Klein/Intext
Text-retrieval, concording, and analysis software (list from Toronto)
MicroConcord demo (DOS)
Conc: a concordance generator for the Macintosh
CRM: DR: Concorder - (Mac)
MonoConc (Mac/Windows)
MonoConc 1.5 (Windows)
ParaConc (Mac/Windows)
Folio Infobase (Mac/Windows)
TACT - Text Analysis Computing Tools (DOS)
TACTWeb Home Page (TACT via Internet)
WordSmith Tools (Windows) can also be fetched from here
Lingua MultiLingual Parallel Concordancer for Windows
Software from LTG Edinburgh
IMS Corpus Toolbox Stuttgart
COSMAS IDS, Mannheim
CUE and Qwick (JAVA) (from Birmingham)
Concordance (Win) by R.J.C. Watt
GATE (General Architecture for Text Engineering)
MATE (Multilevel Annotation, Tools Engineering)
KWIC Concordance for Windows (Tukamoto)

Compiled by Knut Hofland, NCCH, Bergen