This site contains tools for working with Spanish corpora. These tools are designed by me, Joe Collentine . These tools are intended for my students and, of course, research colleagues.
You can utilize the freely available Regex Concord, which is a concordance app that permits simple searches as well as those using regular expressions. There are also a number of instructional videos that are useful for any corpus research project, giving you an introduction to the basics and complex issues related to corpus research projects.
You may also download the freely available Simple Search app. It is currently a bit experimental, containing some metrics that Regex Concord does not have. I encourage you to play around with both.
By the fall of semester of 2018 I will update both Regex Concord and Simple Search, so please check back. Write me with any questions you have about the apps.
These are video tutorials on how to use Regex Concord.
Here are some tutorials for using regular expressions in your searches. They are useful for both general purposes (i.e., there are other corpus tools that use regular expressions) and for using Regex Concord. You can complete the video and/or the text based tutorials. Each has an interactive practice component.
These are video tutorials on how to use regular expressions for conducting searches in Regex Concord.
This textual tutorial will give you a good introduction to using regular expressions for conducting searches in Regex Concord.
The Swiss Army knife of all corpus work is a text-based word processor. These suggestions handle both regular expressions as well as international characters (i.e., encodings, such as UTF-8) very nicely.
This is normally reserved for my students. The link contains corpora that we use in our graduate courses, such as Morfosintaxis española and Sociolingüística .
If you're authorized you can download Spanish corpora:
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