- Modals in the MPQA corpus
For the LREC-conference 2012, Ines Rehbein and I created word-sense and frame role annotations for the instances of 5 modal verbs (may/might, must, shall, ought, can/could) in the MPQA (multi-perspective question answering corpus). Get the data here.
Frame semantic annotations
As a graduate student and post-doc I was involved in the creation of English FrameNet.
- Salsa Frame-semantic lexicon and annotations for German
As a post-doc I was involved in the second phase of Salsa, a German sister project to FrameNet.
Semeval 2010 Shared Task on Null Instantiation
- Goldstandard data for the Semeval 2010 Shared Task
- This data used to also be available on pages at the dept of computational linguistics (CoLi) at Saarland University but seems to have been taken down. Find it linked below.
If you only want to look at the data, you can do so at the FrameNet website. The Shared Task data has been incorporated into FrameNet’s annotated corpus.
MPQA Sentiment annotations for English-language news and press data
As a post-doc I was involved in the second phase of MPQA.
GermEval Shared Tasks on Offensive Language
Germeval2018 Shared Task on the Identification of Offensive Language. “https://github.com/uds-lsv/GermEval-2018-Data”>data]
Many further resources related to collaborations with Michael Wiegand around Sentiment and Offensive Language are available at his resource page.