xxx should be replaced by the name of an official
or a path to an app on your system, or a path to TF dataset on your system.
You can work with the TF-browser or with the TF-API. In both cases, the data will be automatically downloaded.
The basic command to start the TF-browser (
(More details in
Then your browser will open and there you'll find links to further help.
On Windows: You can click the Start Menu, and type the command in the search box, and then Enter.
On Linux or Macos: You can open a terminal, and type the command there.
In your own programs
from tf.app import use A = use("org/repo")
A is your handle to the
advanced API functions (
Text-Fabric has a templates-based search engine (
which follows closely the features of the annotations to the corpus.
tablet catalogId=P448702 line case terminal=1 number=2a sign type=ideograph :> sign type=numeral
clause /where/ phrase function=Pred /have/ /without/ word sp#verb /-/ /-/ phrase function=Subj
query = '''\n", aya\n", word pos=verb <: word pos=noun posx=proper root=Alh
Beyond searching, you can program your own analytical methods.
You can "talk" to your corpus through the high-level API (
dedicated to your corpus which can download its data and display its material.
You can use it together with the core API (
- search your corpus programmatically by means of the same templates,
- prepare derived data for analysis in R, and
- create new data and distribute it to others.
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