I think you can do that and more complex things with MorphAdorner,
although it takes some familiarity with command line operations to take
full advantage of it. For instance, MorphAdorner will produce its
linguistic annotation as XML or tabular output. The tabular output is, if
you will, a concordance on steroids. In addition to the standard KWIC
output, every data row adds information about lemma, POS tag, and XPath.
Professor emeritus of English and Classics
On 2/27/14 11:41 AM, "Martin Wynne" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>On 27/02/14 13:55, Martin Mueller wrote:
>> You can find the prototype at
>That looks good, and so does ECCO-TCP in Philologic. But I was proposing
>all of ECCO-TCP only as an example. An example of an online service that
>only allows searching of pre-defined corpus is not what I was asking
>for. What's the URL for a service to create a concordance of a
>user-defined set of online TEI texts?