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How To Cite Corpus Of Contemporary American English

The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) is a one-billion-word corpus[1] of contemporary American English. It was created by Mark Davies, retired professor of corpus linguistics at Brigham Young University (BYU).[2][3]

How To Cite Corpus Of Contemporary American English

There are three main findings from this brief survey. First, the use of legal corpus linguistics has increased dramatically since 2011, and particularly in the last three years. See Figure 1. The six opinions discussing legal corpus linguistics between 2011 and 2017 come from Utah and Michigan state courts. The picture is very different in the past three years. But between 2018 and 2020, legal corpus linguistics was cited in the U.S. Supreme Court; in the D.C., Federal, Third, and Sixth Circuits; in U.S. District Courts; and in state courts in Alabama, Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Ohio, and Utah.

The corpus architecture and web interface at (and many of the corpora that are available there) were created by Mark Davies and/or other parties. Further details on how to cite their corpora, licensing, technical features etc. can be found at


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