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Gusev, Valentin; Klooster, Tiina; Wagner-Nagy, Beáta. 2019. "INEL Kamas Corpus." Version 1.0. Publication date 2019-12-15. http://hdl.handle.net/11022/0000-0007-DA6E-9. Archived in Hamburger Zentrum für Sprachkorpora. In: Wagner-Nagy, Beáta; Arkhipov, Alexandre; Ferger, Anne; Jettka, Daniel; Lehmberg, Timm (eds.). The INEL corpora of indigenous Northern Eurasian languages.
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The plot below works as follows. On the x axis, you see frequency ranks, i.e. positions in the full list of all word forms / lemmata of the corpus, ordered by decreasing frequency. If multiple words/lemmata have the same frequency, they get the same rank equal to the average of their positions. For each frequency rank r, the plot shows the proportion of words/lemmata that conform to your query (each word counts only once) among all words with frequency rank less or equal to r on the y axis. The rightmost point, therefore, shows the total proportion of such words/lemmata among all types (different words) in the corpus. In the case of lemmata, all lemmata that have at least one word form conforming to the query are counted.
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