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Fri Jan 28 2005

Qs: Interactive Tutorial - Request for TGREP Queries

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Message 1: Interactive tutorial - request for TGREP queries

Date: 28-Jan-2005
From: chris baer <miserybobhotmail.com>
Subject: Interactive tutorial - request for TGREP queries


Hello! I'm writing an interactive TGREP GUI/tutorial using Perl/Tk for a
(extended) class assignment.

I thought that rather than making up sample queries out of the blue, it
would be better to ask fellow linguists what research they are really using
TGREP for.

It would help me greatly if anyone would be willing to send me some TGREP
queries (I'll take any, from simple to complex!) along with their intended
target (i.e., the TGREP command and what you were hoping to find).

In return, I'll be happy to send you my GUI (likely with a request to test
it... sneaky devil) and acknowledge your contribution.

Thanks so much!

Chris Baer
University of Colorado
miserybobhotmail.com Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

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