The official CQP Web demos are hosted by the Computational Corpus Linguistics Group at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany. These demos allow you to run CQP queries on selected corpora with various display and post-processing options. They can be used to walk through large parts of the CQP Query Language Tutorial without installing a local copy of the CWB and tutorial corpora. Click the links below to access the available corpora:
DICKENS(English, 3.4M tokens)
A collection of novels by Charles Dickens used as the main example corpus in the CQP Query Language Tutorial.
BUNDESTAG(German, 5.7M tokens)
Debates of the German parliament (1994–1998) with rich morphosyntactic annotation and shallow parsing. Suitable as a substitute for the smaller
GLAW-NEW corpus of law texts in the CQP Query Language Tutorial.
EUROPARL(6 languages, ca. 40M tokens each)
Web GUI for the annotated Europarl Corpus, Version 3 containing debates of the European Parliament from the years 1996–2006 (currently, only six languages are included in the GUI). This interface also supports the simplified CEQL syntax, aligned context display and word lists with automatic generation of translation candidates. The Europarl corpus will be used by future editions of the CQP Query Language Tutorial to introduce query and display options for aligned copora.
An external list of web interfaces using CWB/CQP (and especially CQPweb) has been complied by Xu Jiajin of BFSU.
If you are offering a public Web interface based on the CWB and would like it to be listed below, please drop us a line on the CWB mailing list.