Resources and Outreach
SALTS Natural Language Processing (NLP) resources are open to anyone who is interested. New user registration through the web is currently closed. To participate, please contact us at salts-admin [at] rutgers.edu, and we will be happy to add you.
•LDC Corpora: We are a Linguistic Data Consortium (LDC) member for the following years: 1993-1996, 1999-2001, 2006, 2009-2010. Please check this page for information on the LDC corpora that we have available, and download instruction (for Rutgers Univ only).
•Tools: Check here for information about what you can use to pre-process digital texts before you feed them to NLP software such as Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK). (Regular expression, text batch processing, etc. on your desktop)
Response-Centered Argument Mining
•Annotated and original blogs (Expert Annotators and Turkers). [Download Version 1.01 (Last update: July 10, 2014)]
•Natural language Processing: CS 533 https://www.cs.rutgers.edu/graduate/courses/533/. Course expected to be offered annually.
•Argumentation Analysis and NLP: Some lessons in developing methods for novel research. (PhD 601 Pro-seminar Presentation, Mark Aakhus, Nina Wacholder and Debanjan Ghosh.)
•Opportunities for NLP and corpus-related research at SC&I. (SC&I Day at CS 533, April 15, 2015; Nina Wacholder and Debanjan Ghosh.)
SC&I Day at CS 533, April 15, 2015. Opportunities for NLP and corpus-related research at SC&I. Presented by Nina Wacholder and Debanjan Ghosh.