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Last Updated: Jan 30, 2013

FRANTEXT is a historically and culturally important database of French literary, philosophical and technical texts with an emphasis on diversity and representation, spanning the Middle Ages to the present, and offered on a subscription basis. This resource is aimed at linguists and literary scholars in the humanities and social sciences, and is notable for its inclusion of a powerful search engine called Stella. Stella is a sophisticated NLP search suite, and includes regular expression search, lemmatization, vocabulary list and entity categorization functions.

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DocumentationAttributesUser Supplied Tags
Author(s): ATILF - CNRS
Created: Jan 29, 2013
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2013
Ease of use Easy
Historic tool (developed before 2005) Development sustained to present, Influential
Type of analysis Natural language processing, Search
Type of license Free
Usage Widely used
Web usable Run in browser
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January 30, 2013 05:08 PM

For more information on FRANTEXT's powerful Stella search engine, please see the following publications.

Bernard, Pascale, Josette Lecomte, Jacques Dendien and Jean-Marie Pierrel. "Computerized linguistic resources of the research laboratory ATILF for lexical and textual analysis: Frantext, TLFI, and the software Stella." LREC 2002 Third International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain (29 - 31 May 2002). Web.

Brunet, É. "L'Exploitation des Grands Corpus: Le Bestiare de la Littérature Française." Literary and Linguistic Computing 4.2 (1989): 121-134. Web.

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