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Multi-Mosaics: Corpus Summarizing and Exploration using multiple Concordance Mosaic Visualisations

by   Shane Sheehan, et al.

Researchers working in areas such as lexicography, translation studies, and computational linguistics, use a combination of automated and semi-automated tools to analyze the content of text corpora. Keywords, named entities, and events are often extracted automatically as the first step in the analysis. Concordancing – or the arranging of passages of a textual corpus in alphabetical order according to user-defined keywords – is one of the oldest and still most widely used forms of text analysis. This paper describes Multi-Mosaics, a tool for corpus analysis using multiple implicitly linked Concordance Mosaic visualisations. Multi-Mosaics supports examining linguistic relationships within the context windows surrounding extracted keywords.


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