Figure 1. Here one can see the selection of word forms that will be considered later in search. Here we expand the wordform ‘fidelis’
Figure 2. Here we see the search results for all forms of ‘fidelis’ in all documents in a selected repository.
Figure 3. Here we prepare a co-occurrence analysis of our search results.
Figure 4. The results of our co-occurrence analysis – which is calculated relative to the desired form and on the level of lemmas. From here, one can assign unknown values (that is, values not found in the lexicon) or edit the links with the lexicon.
Figure 5. Here, alongside the co-occurrence analysis, we see the subsequent editing of the unknown word forms. The small window shows the context of an unknown word form, in red.
Figure 6. Here we see the Term-Doc-Matrix for 3 documents – in this view we see the overlap of the document in the level of lemmas. One can also look at the word list for each document and each lemma (for each document there are 3 columns).
Figure 7. Again a view of the Term-Doc-Matrix for the same 3 documents – this time with the differences between the 3 documents regarding lemmas.
Figure 8. Here we see a bar graph of the overlaps and table differences from figure 6.
Figure 9. Here we see a bar graph of the overlaps and table differences from figure 7.