CorA (short for Corpus Annotator) is a web-based annotation tool that was specifically developed for use with non-standard language data, such as historical documents, social media texts, or learner data.
For additional information about the tool, please visit the CorA project website.
If you are totally unfamiliar with CorA, start with the introduction, which talks about the basic concepts and functionality of the software.
If you are a user working with an existing CorA installation, jump straight to the information on using the editor, then also take a look at the other pages under “Working on Documents.”
For any comments/questions/inquiries about the software, this guide, or anything else related to CorA, please contact Marcel Bollmann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you would like to cite CorA in a scientific publication, please use the following reference:
Marcel Bollmann, Florian Petran, Stefanie Dipper, and Julia Krasselt (2014). CorA: A web-based annotation tool for historical and other non-standard language data. In: Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (LaTeCH), pp. 86–90. Gothenburg, Sweden.