5.1 HEADINGS LIKE THIS

Summary of what to put in here:

\bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigl<\!\!\bigl<$\egroupeverything \bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigr>\!\!\bigr>$\egroup

\bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigl<\!\!\bigl<$\egroupdecide whether to use the sample corpora HOLMES-EN and HOLMES-DE for examples in this section, or the more realistic EUROPARL corpora (available for download) \bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigr>\!\!\bigr>$\egroup

\bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigl<\!\!\bigl<$\egroupA note from a mail on the list: \bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigr>\!\!\bigr>$\egroup

c) Now you can use the standard alignment attributes for aligned  
queries and display of aligned sentences, but you can also use the  
additional s-attributes to test whether each sentence is aligned to a  
given language, to display alignment regions as context, or to find  
the corpus positions of an alignment region in the source language.   
E.g. to restrict a query to German sentences that are aligned to the  
English corpus:

   ... query ...  within a_de_en;

Hope this helps!
Stefan
Note that alignment attributes can directly be used as a context specification for cat, but everything else described above requires the corpus admin to create additional s-attributes!

\bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigl<\!\!\bigl<$\egroupA bug in CQP that may not be fixed anytime soon \bgroup\color{highlight}$ \bigr>\!\!\bigr>$\egroup

Andrew Hardie 2017-01-17