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Introduction
What T-LAB does and what it enables us to do
Requirements and Performances
Corpus Preparation
Corpus Preparation
Structural Criteria
Formal Criteria
File
Import a single file...
Prepare a Corpus (Corpus Builder)
Open an existing project
Settings
Automatic and Customized Settings
Dictionary Building
Co-occurrence Analysis
Word Associations
Co-Word Analysis and Concept Mapping
Comparison between Word pairs
Sequence and Network Analysis
Concordances
Thematic Analysis
Thematic Analysis of Elementary Contexts
Modeling of Emerging Themes
Thematic Document Classification
Dictionary-Based Classification
Key Contexts of Thematic Words
Comparative Analysis
Specificity Analysis
Correspondence Analysis
Multiple Correspondence Analysis
Cluster Analysis
Singular Value Decomposition
Lexical Tools
Text Screening / Disambiguations
Corpus Vocabulary
Stop-Word List
Multi-Word List
Word Segmentation
Other Tools
Variable Manager
Advanced Corpus Search
Contingency Tables
Editor
Glossary
Analysis Unit
Association Indexes
Chi-Square
Cluster Analysis
Coding
Context Unit
Corpus and Subsets
Correspondence Analysis
Data Table
Disambiguation
Dictionary
Elementary Context
Frequency Threshold
Graph Maker
Homograph
IDnumber
Isotopy
Key-Word (Key-Term)
Lemmatization
Lexical Unit
Lexie and Lexicalization
Markov Chain
MDS
Multiwords
N-grams
Naïve Bayes
Normalization
Occurrences and Co-occurrences
Poles of Factors
Primary Document
Profile
Specificity
Stop Word List
Test Value
Thematic Nucleus
TF-IDF
Variables and Categories
Words and Lemmas
Bibliography
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Concordances


This T-LAB tool allows us to check the occurrence contexts of each lexical unit.

The KWIC (key-word in context) search can be carried out using two criteria: by word and by lemma (see option '2' below), both within the entire corpus or within a subset of it (see option '1' below).

It is also possible to define the occurrence (min. and max.) range (see option '3' below).

With a simple click on the corresponding column, you can, for each corpus lexical unit, verify what its occurrence contexts (the elementary contexts) are; furthermore, it is possible to create a dynamic Word Tree (see above option '4') or to save a HTML file with all the selected contexts (see option '5' above).


Moreover, by clicking the centre of displayed segment it is possible to visualise all its content and to check the variable categories used in its coding lines (see below).