Sanskrit (romanised) is one of the many languages whose text corpora are included in Sketch Engine, a tool for discovering how language works. Sketch Engine is designed for linguists, lexicologists, lexicographers, researchers, translators, terminologists, teachers and students working with Sanskrit (romanised) to easily discover what is typical and frequent in the language and to notice phenomena which would go unnoticed without a large sample of Sanskrit (romanised) text.
Sketch Engine has tools to identify and analyse collocations, synonyms and antonyms, examples of use in context, keywords or terms. Frequency word lists of Sanskrit (romanised) single-word or multi-word expressions of various types can be generated. Even users without any technical knowledge can create their own Sanskrit (romanised) corpus using the Sketch Engine's intuitive built-in tool.
Tools to work with Sanskrit (romanised) text corpora
To work with the Sanskrit (romanised) language, Sketch Engine offers the following tools:
Sanskrit (romanised) concordance
The concordancer included in Sketch Engine can be used to display a list of examples (called concordance) of the search word or phrase as it appears in Sanskrit (romanised) language text corpora. The search will display the keyword with some context to the right and context to the left of the keyword (KWIC concordance). more»
Sanskrit (romanised) word lists
The word list feature will generate a frequency list of all words that appear in a text or corpus. A very large corpus can be used to generate a list of all words that exist in Sanskrit (romanised) or all words that start, contain or end with specific characters. Advanced options can be used to generate lists of grammatical categories or parts of speech used in a corpus together with their frequencies. more»
N-grams in Sanskrit (romanised)
Generating a list of N-grams contained in a text makes it possible to identify and study patterns and notice phenomena related to multi-word units (MWU) in Sanskrit (romanised) that cannot be detected by other tools. more»
List of available Sanskrit (romanised) corpora
No corpora available at the moment.