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 Let us look at an example and assume that we want to know how often the regularly built French past participle is spelt with the correct ending //-é// (ignoring feminine and plural agreement) and how often it is spelt wrongly with the infinitive ending //-er//. In order to get these results, we formulate the query and then select “Frequency Analysis” from the option “More” as seen in Figure 1.  Let us look at an example and assume that we want to know how often the regularly built French past participle is spelt with the correct ending //-é// (ignoring feminine and plural agreement) and how often it is spelt wrongly with the infinitive ending //-er//. In order to get these results, we formulate the query and then select “Frequency Analysis” from the option “More” as seen in Figure 1. 
  
-{{ :02_browsing:selectingfa.png?600 |Selecting Frequency Analysis}}+{{:02_browsing:05_support:frequency1.png?400|}} 
 Figure 1: Formulating the query and selecting ''Frequency Analysis'' from ''More'' Figure 1: Formulating the query and selecting ''Frequency Analysis'' from ''More''
  
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 If you click on "Perform frequency analysis" at the bottom, you see your results as in Figure 2.  If you click on "Perform frequency analysis" at the bottom, you see your results as in Figure 2. 
  
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 Figure 2: Results of frequency analysis Figure 2: Results of frequency analysis
  
-As you can see in Figure 2, we receive a full list of auxiliaries and verb forms with their respective frequencies. It is obvious that there are false positives like //Tiser//, but we also have interesting examples like //[avoir] regarder//. This list can now also be downloaded as a text file for further processing by clicking "Download as CSV".+As you can see in Figure 2, we receive a full list of auxiliaries and verb forms with their respective frequencies. It is obvious that there are false positives, but if you perform the query, you will also findinteresting examples like //[avoir] demander//. If you now check the query ''lemma="avoir" & tok="demander" & #1 . #2'', you will see, that this is in fact a misspelling. 
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 +This list can now also be downloaded as a text file for further processing by clicking "Download as CSV".
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