This section contains links to the LANCHART Centre’s online resources, including search tools, teaching materials and selected data.
The LANCHART corpus
The LANCHART Centre examines changes in Danish spoken language. Our work is based on one of the world’s largest repositories of spoken language: the LANCHART corpus. University of Copenhagen staff have access to the corpus.
Open data intended for clarin.dk
The LANCHART Centre wants to make our working recordings accessible to a wider audience. To facilitate this, we recorded (with their permission) a number of individual interviews and group conversations with Copenhagen upper-secondary-school students. This data is now available on the humanities’ data platform clarin.dk.
Until all of the data is available on clarin.dk, the videos will be available from the LANCHART website.
Other resources/open data
Corpus BySoc – free online access to an older corpus of Danish spoken language from Nyboder in Copenhagen.
Corpus CorDiale – free online access to an older corpus of Danish dialects.