Tanaka Corpus available in Felix TM and TMX formats

06/02/10 5:44 PM

I converted the Tanaka Corpus of aligned Japanese and English sentences into Felix translation memory (TM) and TMX formats.

The Tanaka Corpus is a collection of around 150,000 Japanese-English sentence translation pairs, compiled over several years by university students, with later cleanup and correction by Jim Breen and his colleagues.

Download the Felix/TMX versions of the Tanaka Corpus here.

Posted by Ryan Ginstrom | in Felix, resources | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Tanaka Corpus available in Felix TM and TMX formats”

  1. Rod Walters Says:

    Hi Ryan,

    Thanks for posting this. It will be very useful for concordance searches.

    I’m using memoQ at the moment after jumping ship from Trados. I like memoQ but I feel that Kilgray is too Eurocentric so I’m thinking of checking out Felix.

    I have lots of TMX glossaries, so if you’re ever stuck, give me a shout.



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