• Fri
    2:00 pmMargaret Fell LT, Lancaster University – streamed online

    This free event is organised jointly by the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science and CLARIN-UK. The event will take place in person and also online.

    We will demonstrate a variety of uses of a brand new version of #LancsBox X, a very powerful tool for the analysis of corpora, which is completely free!

    If you are interested in computational analysis of language, please join us on Friday  24th February 2.00-3.30pm in Margaret Fell Lecture Theatre or online.

    Register for free:


    All are welcome.

  • Mon
    Lancaster University

    The twelfth international Corpus Linguistics conference (CL2023) will take place at Lancaster university. More details are available at:

  • Fri
    10:00 – 15:30 UK timeonline and Lancaster Castle


    The ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, Lancaster University offers a practical training workshop focused on computational analysis of language data for businesses and professional organisations as well as anyone interested in communication in professional contexts. The data includes social media, newspapers, business reports, marketing materials and other data sources.

    The workshop will introduce a new software tool #LancsBox X developed at Lancaster University, which can analyse and visualise large amounts of language data (millions and billions of words). Practical examples of uses of #LancsBox X (case studies) will be provided.

    Apply now:



    10:00 – 10.10 Vaclav Brezina: Welcome

    10:10 – 10.20 Elena Semino: CASS welcome

    10:20 – 11:00 Steven Young (30min + 10 for questions)

    11:00 – 11:40 Vaclav Brezina Corpus approaches to business and professional communication (30min + 10 for questions)

    11: 40 – 12:15 Lunch (provided)

    12.15 – 13.30 #LancsBox training part 1

    13.30 – 13.45 Break

    13.45 – 15.00 #LancsBox training part 2

    15:00 Farewell


    Please note that due to a limited number of places for in person attendance, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and places confirmed according to availability.

    Confirmed speakers:

    Professor Vaclav Brezina, Lancaster University, Department of Linguistics and English Language

    Professor Steven Young, Lancaster University Management School