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All About Corpora (AAC)Follow
All About Corpora (AAC) is a website dedicated entirely to the study of corpus linguistics. The AAC twitter account is managed by @DrBilalKad.
The culmination of several years of work by a team of researchers from @CorpusSocialSci and @CambridgeUPELT. It was an absolute thrill to work on this project for my PhD. Looking forward to seeing what people do with the Spoken @BNC_2014 now that it has been fully released! https://twitter.com/CorpusSocialSci/status/1064464521140551680
Today’s the day: the transcripts of the spoken part of the new British National Corpus @BNC_2014 are freely available for download. Have fun with your analyses! http://corpora.lancs.ac.uk/bnc2014/
Corpus Linguistics abstract deadlines:
@icame40 15 December
@CLconf2019 14 January
Call for Papers: #Corpus Approaches to #Lexicogrammar. Abstract deadline: 17 February 2019. Details: https://ehu.ac.uk/lxgr #LxGr2019 #corpuslinguistics #lexicogrammar
Not #Corpuslinguistics (or #linguistics), but very relevant to #keyness analysis, and the #metrics currently used. https://twitter.com/eelrekab/status/1048208689553952768
#StatisticalSignificance and #p-Values Take Another Blow via @datasciencectrl #abdsc https://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/statistical-significance-and-p-values-take-another-blow
Take-home message: "I think that it is mandatory that researchers have an adequate knowledge of the statistical method and also of the meaning of the p-values in order to appropriately consider the results of the research and to be absolutely aware of their use." https://twitter.com/Biomedres01/status/1048457598221991936
What p-value must be used as the #StatisticalSignificance Threshold? P<0.005, P<0.01, P<0.05 or no value at all? by Bruno Mario Cesana* in #BJSTR