On this page are typical XStandoff example annotations
ranging from more or less nonsense examples up to real world examples. See The
MLCD Overlap Corpus for a list of different overlapping examples and
possible serialization formats (including TexMECS, XCONCUR, LMNL, CLIX and ECLIX, and TEI joints and fragments).
There is also the MLCD overlap corpus discussion list (MOC-L) for further information about Markup Languages for Complex Documents (MLCD), including XStandoff.
- Simple sentences
- Toy dialog
- John likes Mary
- Ibsen's "Peer Gynt"
- XStandoff's all layer: "La Mort d'Agrippine" by Cyrano de Bergerac
- Drive My Car
- Schiller's "Bürgschaft"
- Re-orderding and virtual elements: Huey, Dewey, and Louie and the haiku
- Discontinuous segments: "Alice in Wonderland"
- Differentiating between containment and dominance
- Using multiple layers underneath a single level: Grimm's fairy tale
- Comparing tagger models
- Storing different translation of the same document: Grimm's fairy tale
- Linguistic ambiguity
- XStandoff 2 example: Instruction manual
Note: For downloading the instances please use the respective link ().
Click here if you would like to download all examples in a single zip file (including primary data files and XML schema files).
Some examples have been visualized () using the XSF2SVG and/or XSF2X3D XSLT 2.0
stylesheets that can be downloaded as part of the XStandoff Toolkit in the Download section of this page.
You will need a decent web browser to display both the SVG and X3D examples (see the respective Section on the XStandoff Toolkit page).