|ἀρχηγόν||adj sg neut voc||no user votes||19.4%|
|ἀρχηγόν||adj sg neut nom||no user votes||19.8%|
|ἀρχηγόν||adj sg neut acc||no user votes||19.9%|
|ἀρχηγόν †||adj sg masc acc||no user votes||23.2%|
|ἀρχηγόν||adj sg fem acc||no user votes||17.7%|
† This form has been selected using statistical methods as the most likely one in this context. It may or may not be the correct form. (More info)
Word Frequency Statistics (more statistics)
|Words in Corpus||Max||Max/10k||Min||Min/10k||Corpus Name|
|56,626||1||0.177||1||0.177||Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics|
|Results||Tagger evaluator||Prior-form frequency evaluator||Form frequency evaluator||User-voting evaluator|
|ἀρχηγός adj sg neut acc||0%||20.2%||19.5%||0%|
|ἀρχηγός adj sg fem acc||0%||15.1%||20.2%||0%|
|ἀρχηγός adj sg neut nom||0%||20.3%||19.4%||0%|
|ἀρχηγός adj sg masc acc||0%||24.1%||22.4%||0%|
|ἀρχηγός adj sg neut voc||0%||20.2%||18.6%||0%|
The possible parses for this word have been evaulated by an experimental system that attempts to determine which parse is correct in this context. The system is composed of a number of "evaluators"--each of which uses different criteria to score the possibilities--whose votes are weighted to determine the best answer. The percentages in the table above show each evaluator's score for each form, which are then combined to determine each form's overall score.
This selection used the following evaluators:
- Tagger evaluator: Evaluator based on pre-computed automatic morphological tagging
- Prior-form frequency evaluator: Evaluates forms based on the preceding word in the text; finds the most likely parse among this word's possible morphological features and the preceding word's possible features based on the frequency of each possible pair.
- Form frequency evaluator: Scores parses based on how often their morphological features (first-person, indicative, plural, and so on) occur among all the words in the Perseus corpus.
- User-voting evaluator: Scores parses based on the number of votes each one has received from users. Weighted more heavily as more users vote for a given word in a text.
User votes are weighted more heavily than the other methods, which are all treated equally.
(This is historical data only. The voting feature is currently disabled.)