Sunday, 2 November 2014
Ten Million and Rising
DASG - Digital Access of Scottish Gaelic - started in 2006 and has studied full texts of the 20th Century as well as speech recorded in Scotland and Nova Scotia, Canada, in the three decades from 1960. Some ten million words are now brought together in the first part of establishing fully-searchable documentation. This will rise to 30 million as the work progresses. Full details of the project are in a Stornoway Gazette item.
Scottish Islands Explorer - knows well how words counts