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National Corpus of Polish
The National Corpus of Polish is a shared initiative of four institutions: Institute of Computer Science at the Polish Academy of Sciences (coordinator), Institute of Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish Scientific Publishers PWN, and the Department of Computational and Corpus Linguistics at the University of Łódź. It has been carried out as a research-development project of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
These four institutions have started cooperation to build a reference corpus of Polish language containing over fifteen hundred millions of words. The list of sources for the corpora contains classic literature, daily newspapers, specialist periodicals and journals, transcripts of conversations, and a variety of short-lived and internet texts. For a corpus to be reliable, not only it is necessary to contain a high number of words, but it also needs a diversity of texts with respect to the subject and genre. The conversations ought to represent both male and female speakers, in various age groups, coming from various regions in Poland.
Manually annotated subcorpus
The manually annotated 1-million word subcorpus of the National Corpus of Polish, available on GNU GPL v.3:
NKJP-PodkorpusMilionowy-1.2.tar.gz -- GZip compressed tar archive,
NKJP-PodkorpusMilionowy-1.2.tar.bz2 -- BZip2 compressed tar archive.
XCES encoded version
The latest version of the manually annotated subcorpus, encoded using the XCES format.
Tagger models, trained on the latest version of the subcorpus
Model for Concraft 2.0 is available at its official GitHub page.
concraft-model-nkjp1m-1.2.gz -- model for Concraft 0.7.1 tagger,
pantera-model-nkjp1m-1.2.bz2 -- model for PANTERA 0.9.1 tagger,
wcrft-model-nkjp-1.2.tar.gz -- model for WCRFT1 and WCRFT2 taggers,
wmbt-model-nkjp1m-1.2.tar.bz2 -- model for WMBT tagger.
The training data for all models above has been preprocessed using Morfeusz SGJP morphological analyzer.
Please use the linked form to report any errors found in the corpus.
For reference and comparison purposes, older versions of the manually annotated subcorpus are available: