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Full nameCLARIN Knowledge Centre for The Languages of Sweden
Short nameSWELANG
URLhttps://www.isof.se/om-oss/forskning/sprakbanken-sam/clarin-kunskapscentrum/swelang.html
Hosted by(1) The Language Council of Sweden, Institute of Language and folklore(ISOF), Stockholm, Sweden
City of main hubStockholm
Country of main hubSE
Date of certifcation2016-05-27
Area of competenceInformation service offering advice on the use of digital language resources and tools for the Swedish language, minority languages in Sweden, the Swedish sign language, Swedish dialects, as well as other parts of the intangible cultural heritage of Sweden in text and speech, as well as language policy and planning.
Audiences- Students, teachers and researchers in social sciences and humanities
- The interested public
Types of services- On-line lexica
- Q&A database
- Map interfaces for folk tales and dialects
- Open data download
- Language consulting (by telephone, email and social media)
Language portal for- Swedish
Other languages covered- Finnish
- Meänkieli
- Romani
- Jiddisch
- Swedish sign language
- other languages in Sweden
Modalities covered- Written text
- Speech
- Gestures
- Audiovisual data
- Multimodality
Linguistic topics- Language policy and planning
- Language infrastructure
- Language resources
- Language technology
- Dialect studies
- Sociolinguistics
- Plain language and language comprehensibility
- Terminology
- Lexicography
Language processing topics- Basic language processing
- Information extraction
- Topic modelling
Data types- Dictionaries
- Term banks
- Translation memories
Resource families
- Historical corpora
- Multimodal corpora
- Parallel corpora
- Spoken corpora
- Lexica
- Dictionaries
- Conceptual resources
- Glossaries
- Wordlists
Generic topics- Language policy and planning
- Swedish dialects
- Folkloristics
- Digital humanities
- Metadata
- OCR
Other keywords
Tour de CLARIN introduction https://www.clarin.eu/blog/tour-de-clarin-clarin-knowledge-centre-languages-sweden
Tour de CLARIN interviewhttps://www.clarin.eu/blog/clarin-k-centre-languages-sweden-interview-susanne-nylund-skog
Last update2021-01-19 12:26:34