Patakis is a 100 million word collection of POS-tagged texts mostly downloaded from the Internet, prepared by Milos Husak of Masaryk University, Brno, for Lexical Computing Ltd., in collaboration with the Greek publishers Patakis and the Greek software company Neurolingo.
The tokenization and Part-Of-Speech tagging is based on the NeuroLingo Collection Analyzer, which provides the following information:
word lemma tag morph
NeuroLingo Collection Analyzer
The corpus is divided into documents (<doc></doc>) identified by their id. When available, it also contains information about its url, genre, subgenre, language, title, author, year and decade of publishing, publisher, medium, time (epoch of publishing). Each document is further structured using following tags:
paragraphs <p></p> sentences <s></s> headers <h></h> lists <ul></ul> list lines <li></li> non-greek words <non-greek></non-greek> glue <g/>
The majority of texts were downloaded using BootCat according to an URL list generated by a list of Greek words provided by Patakis. Some Patakis-owned documents are included under licence (and are not available in the default version of the corpus). The corpus containing solely the texts downloaded from the Internet is called GkWaC.
public documents : 96861 non-public documents : 240 max doc per server : 250 date : October 2007
Paper related to the BootCat, WebBootCat tool
Marco Baroni, Adam Kilgarriff, Jan Pomikálek and Pavel Rychlý (2006). WebBootCaT: instant domain-specific corpora to support human translators. In Proceedings of EAMT. 11th Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation. Oslo, Norway, pp. 247–252