The FIP consists of nearly 4 billion words automatically collected from the Web. It has full morphological and dependency syntax analyses. On the word-level, this includes the part-of-speech classes of the words and their morphological features (such as noun, singular and genitive), and on the sentence-level, the sentence structure and the syntactic functions of the […]
DIGI – NATIONAL LIBRARY’S DIGITAL COLLECTIONS The National Library has digitised newspapers published in Finland from 1771 to 1920. They are available online. Some newspapers published after 1920 have also been digitised and are available in legal deposit libraries
Annually The National Library of Finland collects representative sample of webpages from webservers 1) either having fi- or ax-domain names, 2) residing physically within Finland, or 3) containing material that is targeted for Finnish public. Between years 2006-2009 The National Library of Finland collected about 160 million files and over 10 TB data from Internet […]
Transnational Reception of Women’s Writing at the Fringes of Europe (2013–2016) This HERA-funded collaborative research project studies the role of women’s writing in the transnational literary field during the long 19th century. It explores in terms of gender cultural encounters through reading and writing that contributed to shaping modern cultural imaginaries in Europe. The systematic […]
A complete critical edition of the works of Zacharias Topelius (1818-1898).
A digital collection of letters of Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905), one of Finland through the ages the most prominent visual artists. The collection currently comprises 320 letters that Edelfelt wrote to his mother Alexandra Edelfelt during the years 1867 to 1875 and from 1885 to 1888. These letters offer a great insight into the golden age of Finnish art as […]