The Corpus & Repository of Writing, an inter-institutional and inter-disciplinary research project building a corpus of student writing articulated with a repository of pedagogical artifacts.
Our second Crow workshop will be held on December 19, 2020 from 9:00 to 11:00am (Arizona time/MST). “Corpus Searches in R: Regular Expressions and Concordance Lines” will be hosted by Adriana Picoral, PhD, assistant professor of data science at the …
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We are pleased to share that Crow researchers will be hosting a series of workshops. Our first, “Corpus Data Scraping and Sentiment Analysis,” will be hosted by Adriana Picoral, PhD, Saturday, November 7, 10am to 12pm (Arizona Time/MST).
We promised to more often share APPLAWS posts — a celebration of the team’s Awards, Publications, Plans, Leadership, Achievements, Wooots, and Surprises. Here we go! Hadi Banat (UMass-Boston) Dr. Hadi Banat relocated to Boston to begin his appointment as assistant …
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Reviewing the individual accomplishments of the Crow team in AY19–20.
Adding texts from Northern Arizona University means the Crow corpus is now 10 million words and 10,000 texts. Learn more about the way our team added these texts and why a bigger corpus is more useful for research.
We are happy to celebrate our newest graduates
Undergraduate research helps build Crow
Bradley Dilger attended C&W 2019 in East Lansing, presenting with Hadi Banat and Michelle McMullin about Crow’s HWW grant and sharing the Crow interface with new audiences with Emily Jones. He presented with Banat at CWPA 2019 in Baltimore as well. …
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Hadi Banat & Bradley Dilger are sharing the Crow interface at
CWPA 2019: Session D: Fri 7/26, 2:00p, Essex A. Fill out our feedback form to get a $25 gift card.
Crowbirds presented two projects at the 14th American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL): “Annotating learner data for lexico-grammatical patterns: A comparison of software tools” and “Lexico-grammatical Patterns in First Year Writing across L1 Backgrounds,” Our first presentation compared the uses and performance of Biber tagger, MALT parser, and Stanford parser. Our second presentation analyzed the linguistic features of L1 writers compared to L2 writers.