Relative frequencies of part-of-speech n-grams in native and translated Finnish literary prose

The corpus contains data from Matias Tamminen’s MA thesis study ”Then shall I know fully: Relative frequencies of part-of-speech n-grams in native and translated Finnish literary prose” by Matias Tamminen (2018), University of Helsinki.

The source data are the corpus Classics of English and American Literature translated by Kersti Juva, English-Finnish parallel corpus and the corpus of Translated Finnish.

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Relative frequencies of part-of-speech n-grams in native and translated Finnish literary prose
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