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A positional attribute is information added to each token in a corpus, e.g. its lemma (basic form of a word) or part of speech. Attributes differ between corpora and even between corpora in the same language. For example, the attributes of the plural of the English word dog
might look like this.
Attributes available in the corpus are listed on the corpus statistics and detail page
list of positional attributes