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An appropriately marked-up corpus which could carry

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<p>Such as Scott (1999, 2000, 2003), Tribble (1999) and Baker (2004). My use of the term ‘keyword’ here relates expressly to the work of Scott. However, Scott’s notion of keyword does have clear parallels in the work of other corpus linguists who do not necessarily use the term ‘keyword’, notably Rayson (2003). See Baker (2004) for a critical appraisal of the strengths and weaknesses of keywords.</p>
<p>I make this statement based on how WordSmith calculates key-keywords.There is no reason,in principle, if given a suitably mark-up aware concordance package, and an appropriately marked-up corpus which could carry out a key-keyword analysis, one could not change the textual unit one wanted to explore key-keywords within (e.g. paragraphs, chapters,documents) dynamically, i.e. the mapping of file structure to text structure could be avoided.However, as I am not aware of any such program being commercially available, I will tailor my remarks to WordSmith.</p>
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