About the CLARIN Virtual Language Observatory
The Virtual Language Observatory (VLO) faceted browser was developed within CLARIN as a means to explore linguistic resources, services and tools available within CLARIN and related communities.
All information in the VLO faceted browser is based on the metadata descriptions of resources as provided by the parties (CLARIN centres) that host the original data. It gets refreshed regularly but may not be completely up-to-date with the current state of the original data and metadata depending on the date, time and state of the metadata providing/retrieval process (OAI-PMH is employed).
If you have questions or remarks concerning the VLO, please contact the maintainers by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments on individual metadata records can be submitted by using the "report" link that can be found on every page.
- Van Uytvanck, D., Stehouwer, H., & Lampen, L. (2012). Semantic metadata mapping in practice: The Virtual Language Observatory. In N. Calzolari (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2012), Istanbul, May 23rd-25th, 2012 (pp. 1029-1034). European Language Resources Association (ELRA).
- Goosen, T., & Eckart, T. (2014). Virtual Language Observatory 3.0: What’s New? CLARIN Annual Conference 2014, Soesterberg, Netherlands.
|Application version number:||4.0.2|
|Last commit id:||2a684f7|
|Date and time of change in the code base:||2016-12-20 08:37:13 CET|
The following people have contributed to the VLO faceted browser:
- Claus Zinn
- Patrick Duin
- Herman Stehouwer
- Thomas Eckart
- Kees Jan van de Looij
- Twan Goosen
- Davor Ostojic
- Dieter van Uytvanck
- Sander Maijers
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