BYU Law’s Law and Corpus Linguistics Technology Platform is open for all to use free of charge

H/T to Bob Ambrogi for calling attention to BYU Law’s Law and Corpus Linguistics Technology Platform. The platform, which is open to all to use at no cost, has three corpora:

  1. Corpus of Founding Era American English, a collection spanning 1760 to 1799 that contains nearly 100,000 documents from the founders, ordinary people and legal sources, and that includes letters, diaries, newspapers, non-fiction and fiction books, sermons, speeches, debates, legal cases and other legal materials.
  2. Corpus of Supreme Court of the United States, a collection of all Supreme Court opinions in the United States Reports though the 2017 term (with the 2018 soon to be added).
  3. Early English Books Online (EBO), Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) corrected by the Text Creation Partnership (TCP) Evans Bibliography (University of Michigan).

— Joe

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