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Research infrastructure Swe-Clarin is a node in CLARIN – Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure. It is aimed at researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences who work with speech or text-based material.

The purpose of Swe-Clarin is to facilitate new research with digital language tools. The consortium provides language technology tools and materials, such as text collections, corpora, dictionaries and audio recordings for use in all disciplines.

The infrastructure forms a part of Nationella språkbanken and is co-financed by the Swedish Research Council. In addition to Umeå University, members are: University of Gothenburg, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, The Institute for Language and Folklore, Uppsala University, Lund University, Stockholm University, National Library of Sweden, Linköping University, and the Swedish National Archive.

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