Who is using BlackLab?

  • The Dutch Language Institute (INT) is developing BlackLab and uses it for their corpus search applications, such as Letters as loot, Corpus Gysseling and the Corpus Hedendaags Nederlands (CLARIN login required), a 500M+ token corpus of contemporary Dutch.
  • In Search of the Drowned: Testimonies and Testimonial Fragments of the Holocaust, edited and built by Gabor M. Toth in collaboration with the Yale Digital Humanities Laboratory.
  • OpenSonar, a Dutch corpus, by the University of Tilburg in collaboration with the Dutch Language Institute.
  • Mind-Bending Grammars, a EU-funded project innovatively combining language change research with research on the individual mind. Includes a corpus-query + collaborative corpus annotation web-app: cosycat by the University of Antwerp.
  • IKE, a knowledge extraction tool, developed at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence.
  • OpenChechen (no longer online), a Chechen corpus, developed at the Radboud Universiteit.
  • Korpusportaal, an Afrikaans corpus (paid access only), developed by VIVA, Virtuele Instituut Vir Afrikaans.
  • Fesli (no longer online), a (bilingual) children’s language corpus, by the Meertens Institute
  • experimental corpus search for MorphAdorner project developed by Philip Burns of Northwestern University.
  • If you’re using BlackLab, let me know, I’d like to mention your project here!