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My new book: · · · The ms of my new book on revolutionizing corpus-linguistic statistics ;-) called Frequency, dispersion, association, and keyness: revising and tupleizing corpus-linguistic measures is in production at John Benjamins · · · Collostructional analysis: · · · A completely revised version of coll.analysis is now available at https://www.stgries.info/teaching/groningen/index.html · · · Also, I have completely redeveloped from scratch a script to compute hierarchical configural frequency analyses – let me know if you want to test/use it · · · Papers recently published: · · · STG, Overhauling collostructional analysis: Towards more descriptive simplicity and more explanatory adequacy (Cognitive Semantics) · · · STG, Corrections to Nelson (2023): DPnorm and DKLnorm are not wrong on pi at all (Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 31(1)) · · · STG, Against level-3-only analyses in corpus linguistics (ICAME Journal 48(1)) · · · STG, B.G. Slocum, & K. Tobia, Corpus-linguistic approaches to lexical statutory meaning: Extensionalist vs. intensionalist approaches (Applied Corpus Linguistics 4(1)) · · · STG & T. Gales, Talking across the interdisciplinary aisle: A guide for legal and corpus-linguistic scholars and practitioners (Applied Corpus Linguistics 4(1)) · · · S. Liao, STG, & S. Wulff, Transfer five ways: Applications of multiple distinctive collexeme analysis to the dative alternation in Mandarin Chinese (Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory) · · · S. Wulff & STG, CLLT 'vs' Corpora and IJCL: a (half serious) keyness analysis (Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory) · · · papers to be published: · · · T.J. Bernaisch, STG, & J. Mukherjee, South Asian Englishes in corpus linguistics (Handbook of South Asian Englishes, Oxford: Oxford University Press) · · · S.C. Deshors & STG, Corpora in World Englishes. The encyclopedia of applied linguistics, 2nd ed. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell) · · · STG, Corpus linguistics and the cognitive/constructional endeavor (Cambridge Handbook of Construction Grammar) · · · STG, Incorporating corpora in second language acquisition research (The encyclopedia of applied linguistics. 2nd ed.) · · · STG, Corpora in cognitive linguistics (The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Cognitive Linguistics) · · · STG, Quantitative designs and statistical techniques. (The Cambridge Handbook of English Corpus Linguistics, 2nd ed.) · · · STG, On regression modeling in varieties research. (World Englishes) · · · STG & S. Wulff, 20 years of CLLT (special issue of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory) · · · J.F. Olguín Martínez & STG, The similative-pretence alternating pair and filler-slot relations: A revised version of distinctive collexeme analysis (Constructions and Frames) · · · J.F. Olguín Martínez & STG, If not for-if it weren’t/wasn’t for counterfactual constructions: A multivariate extension of collostructional analysis. Cognitive Semantics · · · S. Wulff & STG, 20 years of collostructions (special issue of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory) · · · talks/workshops to be given: · · · STG, Predictive modeling with mixed-effects modeling and trees/forests (bootcamp at the Université catholique de Louvain, 08-12 July 2024) · · · STG, The main corpus-linguistic statistics, their problems, and thoughts re solutions. (invited plenary at the Summer School 'Methods in Language Science' at Ghent University, 19 July 2024) · · · STG, Comparing time slices of diachronic corpora with normalized frequencies can be problematic: A case study of all word types in COHA 1990-2000 (paper at AACL, 13-15 September 2024) · · · STG & T.J. Bernaisch, A linguistic epicenter in South Asia: a corpus-based diachronic analysis of four alternations in six varieties (invited talk at the CoMeVar work group during the LLcD 2024 conference at Sorbonne University, Paris, 09-11 September 2024) · · · STG & J.O. Martínez, If not for - if it weren’t/wasn’t for: A multivariate extension of collostructional analysis (paper at the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Helsinki, 22 August 2024) · · · K.E. Jensen & STG, Multivariate collostructional analysis via association rules (paper at the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Helsinki, 22 August 2024) · · · K.E. Jensen & STG, Multivariate collostructional analysis via association rules (paper at the Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, University of Osnabrück, 04-06 September 2024) · · · S. Liao, STG, & S. Wulff, How many ditransitive constructions alternate in Mandarin Chinese (paper at the 9th Symposium on Corpus Approaches to Lexicogrammar, Edge Hill University, 05 July 2024) · · · S. Liao, STG, & S. Wulff, Five ways of doing transfer: ditransitive constructions in Mandarin Chinese (paper at AACL, 13-15 September 2024) · · · J.O. Martínez & STG, Counterfactual conditionals in American English: Beyond collostructional analysis (paper at the Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, University of Osnabrück, 04-06 September 2024) · · · STG, Statistical measures in corpus linguistics: frequency, dispersion, association, and keyness (invited course at the 2025 LSA Linguistic Insitute, University of Oregon, 05-22 July 2025) · · · other: · · · I have just reached 22,878 citations on Google Scholar · · · This article in The Verge, for which I was interviewed and in which I am quoted, discusses the use of corpora for legal interpretation · · ·