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Literary Exploration Machine A Web-Based Application for Textual Scholars

  title={Literary Exploration Machine A Web-Based Application for Textual Scholars},
  author={Maciej Maryl and Maciej Piasecki and Tomasz Walkowiak},
This paper presents a design of a web-based application for textual scholars. The goal of this project is to create a complex and stable research environment allowing scholars to upload the texts they analyse and either explore them with a suite of dedicated tools or transform them into a different format (e.g. text, table, list, spreadsheet). The latter functionality is especially important for research focusing on Polish texts (due to the rich morphology and weakly constrained word order of… Expand
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