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OpenOffice

A collection of documents from http://www.openoffice.org/. The original documentation of the office package Openoffice.org contains 2014 English documents which have been partly translated into 5 languages: French, Spanish, Swedish, German, and Japanese. The original documentation in English comprises about 500,000 words and translations contain between 400,000 and 500,000 words per language. All documents have been tokenized and, except for the Spanish part, tagged with parts of speech. The English part of the corpus has been marked with syntactic chunks as well.

6 languages, 15 bitexts
total number of files: 10,934
total number of tokens: 2.61M
total number of sentence fragments: 0.25M

Please cite the following article if you use any part of the corpus in your own work:
J. Tiedemann, 2012, Parallel Data, Tools and Interfaces in OPUS. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2012)

Download

Below you can download data files for all language pairs in different formats and with different kind of annotation (if available). You can click on the various links as explained below. In addition to the files shown on this webpage, OPUS also provides pre-compiled word alignments and phrase tables, bilingual dictionaries, frequency counts, and these files can be found through the resources search form on the top-level website of OPUS.

Bottom-left triangle: download files
  • ces = sentence alignments in XCES format
  • leftmost column language IDs = tokenized corpus files in XML
  • TMX and plain text files (Moses): see "Statistics" below
  • lower row language IDs = parsed corpus files (if they exist)
Upper-right triangle: sample files
  • view = bilingual XML file samples
  • upper row language IDs = monolingual XML file samples
  • rightmost column language IDs = untokenized corpus files

de en es fr jp sv
de viewviewviewviewviewde
en ces viewviewviewviewen
es ces ces viewviewviewes
fr ces ces ces viewviewfr
jp ces ces ces ces viewjp
sv ces ces ces ces ces sv
de en es fr jp sv

Statistics and TMX/Moses Downloads

Number of files, tokens, and sentences per language (including non-parallel ones if they exist)
Number of sentence alignment units per language pair

Upper-right triangle: download translation memory files (TMX)
Bottom-left triangle: download plain text files (MOSES/GIZA++)
Language ID's, first row: monolingual plain text files (tokenized)
Language ID's, first column: monolingual plain text files (untokenized)

language files tokens sentencesde en es fr jp sv
de 2,014 0.5M 47.5k35.1k 31.8k 30.9k 24.8k 31.6k
en 2,014 0.5M 44.9k42.4k 32.8k 31.9k 24.6k 32.8k
es 1,738 0.5M 40.0k37.7k 38.0k 32.2k 24.7k 33.2k
fr 1,739 0.5M 39.4k37.0k 37.4k 38.4k 24.6k 32.1k
jp 1,690 0.3M 33.6k29.1k 28.9k 29.6k 29.7k 24.5k
sv 1,739 0.4M 40.7k37.9k 38.4k 39.5k 38.6k 29.6k

Note that TMX files only contain unique translation units and, therefore, the number of aligned units is smaller than for the distributions in Moses and XML format. Moses downloads include all non-empty alignment units including duplicates. Token counts for each language also include duplicate sentences and documents.