Curated list of awesome lists
A curated list of anything remotely related to linguistics, sorted in alphabetical order.
Libraries, frameworks and applications useful for developing applications.
CLARIN-D web tools - Tools for Analysing Research Data
CorpusExplorer - Software for corpus linguists and text/data mining enthusiasts. The CorpusExplorer combines over 50 interactive visualizations under a user-friendly interface.
Haxe-linguistics - Early linguistical analysis and natural language processing library for Haxe.
Natural - General natural language tools for Node.js.
Natural Language ToolKit (NLTK) - The most complete platform for building Python programs to work with human language data.
Snowball - Snowball is a language in which stemming algorithms can be easily represented.
Spacy - Industrial-strength National Language Processing in Python.
Mate Tools, webservice via WebLicht
UBIAI - Easy-to-use text annotation tool for teams with most comprehensive auto-annotation features. Supports NER, relations and document classification as well as OCR annotation for invoice labeling.
textblob-de - Nice alternative for spacy (see above).
UralicNLP - An open source Python library for processing morphologically rich and, for the most part, endangered Uralic languages. It can do morphological analysis, generation, lemmatization, disambiguation and lexical lookup for a great many Uralic languages.
How To Label Data - Guide on managing large scale linguistic annotation projects.
Low Resource Languages - A list of resources for conservation, development, and documentation of low resource (human) languages.
Language Science Press - Language Science Press is a born-digital scholar-led open access publisher in linguistics.
Deep learning models and transformers
Some of the more interesting and complete books.