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PPC

The Polish Parliamentary Corpus / Korpus Dyskursu Parlamentarnego

The Polish Parliamentary Corpus (PPC) is a large collection of linguistically analysed documents from the proceedings of Polish Parliament, Sejm and Senate. It is based on the Polish Sejm Corpus co-funded by project CESAR and is currently being updated by CLARIN-PL infrastructure.

Corpus format

Corpus files are made available in TEI P5 format compatible with the annotation used by the National Corpus of Polish. The resource contains automatically created annotation of:

  • utterance-level segmentation,
  • tokenization,
  • lemmatization,
  • disambiguated morphosyntactic description,
  • syntactic words,
  • syntactic groups,
  • named entities.

Corpus data

The Polish Parliamentary Corpus (84 GB) contains:

  • Sejm sittings from 1919–present (including Legislative Sejm and State National Council)
  • Sejm committee sittings from 1993–present
  • Sejm interpellations and questions from 1997–present
  • Senate sittings from 1922–1939 and 1989–present
  • Senate committee sittings from 2015–present

Licence

The parliamentary data is public domain. The corpus annotations are available on CC-BY (attribution) licence.

Publications

List of publications

Maciej Ogrodniczuk. Polish Parliamentary Corpus. In Darja Fišer, Maria Eskevich, and Franciska de Jong, editors, Proceedings of the LREC 2018 Workshop ParlaCLARIN: Creating and Using Parliamentary Corpora, pages 15–19, Paris, France, 2018. European Language Resources Association (ELRA).

Maciej Ogrodniczuk. The Polish Sejm Corpus. In Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2012, pages 2219–2223, Istanbul, Turkey, 2012. ELRA.

Other information

Please see also the slides from CLARIN-PLUS Workshop "Working with Parliamentary Records". Sofia, 27–29 March 2017.

Searching the corpus

Contact information

Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences