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    Marius Jøhndal
    Welcome! Feel free to ask any questions about Syntacticus here and we'll try our best to help.
    Felicia Logozzo
    Dear Colleague, I'm working at Greek participles from Gospels. Is there the possibility to automatically obtain a complete list of participles thanks to Syntacticus database? Can you help us? Thank you very much, Felicia Logozzo
    I'm currently working on a project in the University of Oxford (Crossreads), where my role is to help with the morphological and syntactic annotation (ultimately) of all the ancient inscriptions in Sicily. I'm currently weighing up which dependency annotation standard to use, and PROIEL, with slash notation, is very interesting here. To this end, I've set up the PROIEL annotator locally on my machine, to facilitate playing around with the annotation scheme. However, although the interface runs, I was wondering how to import the PROIEL data into MySQL; from what I can see, the command line tools on Syntacticus don't directly provide this (but I may well have missed something obvious). Thank you for your help! Robert Crellin
    Marius Jøhndal
    Sorry for never replying to anything here! Robert and I discussed his questions elsewhere, but in case anybody else stumbles across this: The old PROIEL annotator is by now abandoned since we don't have resources to maintain it. It is almost 15 years old by now and very hard to configure correctly given that many dependencies have moved on in the meantime. In sum, I'd advise against using it.
    Konstantin Sipunin
    Hello @mlj! I have a question similar to the one above: it is possible to convert PROIEL data of my own to SQLite so it can be served over the Syntacticus API?
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    Dario Metola Rodriguez
    Hi @mjl. I'm working on training a model for Old English to tokenize and annotate pos, lemma, and depparser, with Stanza. I have found that the dataset, at least for Old English, lacks annotated punctuation, and that will affect the dependencies for future raw text. Could it be possible to get the dataset for Old English, with punctuation annotated? Or is there a way to annotate that information in a fast and reliable way? Thanks in advance!
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