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Web-app for corpus linguistics

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Version 1.2.5

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Web-app for corpus linguistics; documentation available via ReadTheDocs


pip install buzzword


The buzzword.create command will create a directory and populate it with the necessary config files and a sample corpus. Here, we name it workspace and run buzzword from within it.

buzzword-create workspace
# or: python -m buzzword.create workspace
cd workspace
python -m buzzword


To set things up more more permanently, either modify the directory created with buzzword-create, or do the following:

  1. Create and parse corpus
  2. Configure a .env file from .env.example
  3. Configure a corpora.json file from corpora.json.example
  4. Run the tool with or without command line arguments:
buzzword --debug
# or python -m buzzword --debug

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