Concordance — examples of use in context
The concordance is the most powerful tool with a variety of search options. It can find words, phrases, tags, documents, text types or corpus structures and displays the results in context in the form of a concordance. The concordance can be sorted, filtered, counted and processed further to obtain the desired result. Despite being the most powerful tool, the concordance used with large corpora may find so many results that it can tedious to analyse and interpret them.
The view options allow displaying additional information such as lemmas, tags and other attributes, text types (metadata) or corpus structures.
The CQL search on the advanced tab is used for complex searches with unspecific criteria or optional criteria.