Standards of Language Resources

The CLARIN Standards Guide gives an overview of the various standards and code of practices in use in the area of language resources and tools as text corpora, lexicon, language databases, etc. and publicly provides them. 

Access to Standards and Guidelines

A standardization and development of guidelines for annotation, setup, transformation and development of frameworks allows exchange and reuse of linguistic resources between applications and users that is independent of the operating system. The CLARIN Standards Guide provides information on standards and guidelines that aim at supporting researchers in all questions related to research data management. The CLARIN Standards Guide lets users evaluate and compare different annotation and metadata formats to find appropriate standards for their projects. Registered users may also download additional resources and examples of how the standards are applied. Users are also invited to contribute to the project by adding descriptions and information on standards they have expertise in.

>> See the CLARIN Standards Guide
 
 
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