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Corpus Usage Guidelines

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  1. Compling laboratory members are granted access to corpora solely for coursework and research projects in the context of their affiliation with the UW.
  2. Corpora may not be copied from the servers, nor used in commercial applications, unless permitted by the corpus license agreement.
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  1. Many of the corpora have additional licensing conditions (see the CompLing Database.) Before you access any particular corpus, you are responsible for reading and understanding the license. For LDC corpora, you should also read the general membership agreement.
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  1. Many of the corpora have additional licensing conditions (see the CompLing Database.) Before you access any particular corpus, you are responsible for reading and understanding the license. For LDC corpora, you should also read the general membership agreement.
 
  1. For some of the corpora, we must maintain a list of individuals granted access and/or have each user sign an individual license agreement. This is indicated in the "Restriction" column in the database. To access these corpora, you'll need to contact the lab director to obtain read permissions on the relevant directories.
  2. Whenever you use a corpus for course work or for a paper, you should cite the corpus among your references. The proper citation information should be found in the license or README file of the corpus.
  3. Failure to follow these policies could result in loss of access to the corpora, or to the lab/servers in general.
 
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