Knowledge Centre DANSK
The CLARIN Knowledge centre, DANSK, (DANish helpdeSK) comprises two institutions:
- The Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics (NorS) - University of Copenhagen and
- The Danish Language Council (DSN).
Together these institutions represent a great part of the expertise on Danish language and Danish sign languages, language resources and language technology for Danish. We have also general expertise in language technology.
The knowledge centre’s main audience are linguists, computational linguists, sociolinguists, language and literature researchers as well as citizen scientists.
The modalities covered by DANSK are text (DSN and NorS), video: gestures (NorS), and video: sign language (DSN), while the linguistic topics addressed comprise morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, lexicography and multimodality. We also provide guidance on standards for language resources, metadata and the production of FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data.
Language processing tools provided by CLARIN-DK (NorS) include tokenization, PoS tagging, lemmatization, named entity tagging, parsing, TEI annotation, corpus tools, and other tools, see CLARIN-DK toolbox.
You can find more information about CLARIN-DK’s data centre, services, tools, suggested formats and tutorials at https://info.clarin.dk/en/the-clarin-dk-infrastructure/.
Information about the Danish Language Council’s "Hjælp til Dansk" is found at https://dsn.dk/hjaelp-til-dansk/.
You can contact info @ clarin.dk at Centre for Language Technology, NorS, UCPH.
We will answer you as soon as possible.