Hello everyone, how are you doing?!
Firstly could it be possible for me to quote what you had said and put it into my dissertation?
I went on a lot of others grammar checker website as Antidote, Cordial, Ginger, Grammarly, Grammalecte, ... so-and-so, while I was reading some others questions come into my mind, here they are:
f. How can we add expressions and phrases? (I've seen that on Antidote and Cordial)
g. Would there be a way to include a dictionary with terminology, the IPA and the likes in LT? (Antidote and Cordial)
h. Is there a way to include different language registers? (Antidote and Cordial)
i. Is there a way to set a system as can be found in many proof-readers, with the software offering options to complete a word we started writing?
j. How were the different English dialects included in the correcter?
k. Is there a way to have a plug-in allowing going from one English dialect to another? And if it has already been done, would it be applicable to another language such as Breton?
Maybe this might be helpful: https://github.com/SubtitleEdit/plugins/tree/master/AmericanToBritish/DLL
l. Have you ever encountered a correcter that allowed to know the type and function of words when right-clicking on them? (Not seen anywhere that)
m. Is it possible to create a corpus from several journals, newspapers, books and the like in order to give a natural context for words and give actual examples of their use?
(Cordial has done it for French, 5 000 books of classical literature has been incorporated the user text is compared to these text)
n. Is the correcter able to notice when one way of saying something is over-used, and do you think such a system can be developed? (Maybe it's the case now? I don't know )
o. Is the tatoeba corpus included or LT go on Tatoeba website to check only? Will it bee includ with the LT software that is installed onto one's computer?
p. Where could be found the payable version of LanguageTool? I can't find it any-more.
q. Did you know about SpaCy?
Thanks a lot