• n-gram

    is a sequence of a number of structures (bigram = 2 structures, trigram = 3 structures...n-gram = n structures) typically letters or words but also phonemes or syllables. Generating a frequency list of such sequences can help us notice which structures tend to combine in a language. n-grams are generated using the word list feature.
  • node

    (collocation) central word in a collocation, e.g. strong wind consists of the collocate strong and the node wind (concordance) the search word or phrase, sometimes called a query, appears in the centre of a KWIC concordance or highlighted in other types of concordances
  • non-word

    generally speaking, non-words are tokens which do not start with a letter of the alphabet. Examples of non-words: !mportant, 2U (There might be rare cases when the corpus author uses a different definition in their corpus. Such a definition is part of the corpus configuration file.)