About word dependencies
This interface facilitates exploring dependencies based on word selection. Note that the words are not lemmas, but rather attested forms. For lemmas, it may be necessary to collect multiple forms under one search.
Enter a word into the entry box. A regular expression for part of a word can also be entered. For example, “.” captures every available word, while “^x” captures all words that have “x” as the first character.
Clicking the “Submit” button will return a list of all words found by the search, with tick boxes to allow for their selection. After selecting one or more words, clicking the “Proceed” button that appears at the page bottom takes you to either (i) a word entry with information about dependencies and their syntactic realisation for the selected word or words, as well as a table detailing all syntactic patterns in which the dependencies occur, or, if optionally chosen, (ii) a view of the annotation with links to parse trees. It is possible to toggle between these two available views.
With the selection of “Num” the returned list of words is numbered. Listed words can be restricted to a given part-of-speech with the selection of either “verb”, “adjective”, “noun”, or “adverb”.