I am pleased to announce the fifth annual
Summer School in English Corpus Linguistics to be held at University College London from 5-7 July.
The Summer School is a short three-day intensive course aimed at PhD-level students and researchers who wish to get to grips with Corpus Linguistics. Numbers are deliberately limited on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be taught in a small group by a teaching team.
Each day begins with a theory lecture, followed by a guided hands-on workshop with corpora, and a more self-directed and supported practical session in the afternoon.
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This post contains the resources for students taking the UCL English Linguistics MA, all in one place.
Session 15: Introduction to statistics
Sessions 18 and 19: Statistics Workshops
Suggested further reading
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I spoke on
Capturing patterns of linguistic interaction in a parsed corpus at ICAME 34, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, on 25 May.
The talk presents my latest research in the
linguistic interaction research thread (see Wallis 2012). My slides and handout are published below. Resources
Wallis, S.A. 2012. Capturing patterns of linguistic interaction in a parsed corpus: an insight into the empirical evaluation of grammar? London: Survey of English Usage »
I spoke on
Statistics for Variationists at the fifth Corpus Linguistics in the South one-day conference in March.
I have kept this post up to allow attendees to access the presentation and handout.