WebLicht Tutorial


This video tutorial shows one of multiple ways how you can use WebLicht. WebLicht is a web application provided by CLARIN-D that allows you to build toolchains for linguistic annotations on different layers like Morphology, Syntax or Named Entity Recognition.

To get started you have to log in via your CLARIN- or any other university affiliation account. After clicking the Start-Button and selecting Easy Mode which supplies you with a pre-defined toolchain, you can either analyze text that you directly type in or copy-paste to the corresponding window, use a sample text provided by WebLicht or upload a text file. Now you can select your preferred layer of annotation and hit run to get a detailed analysis for the selection you have made. It is then possible to download the complete file or parts of it as .csv or .xml.

In case the pre-defined toolchain does not satisfy your needs, you can also switch to the Advanced Mode where you can build your own customized toolchain. You can always refer to the Helpdesk if you have any questions, suggestions, or problems that you want to report. 

Written by : Sarah Schneider

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