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The portals contain a wealth of useful information for researchers in these communities. Community Portals are an excellent tool for supporting a community of researchers who share a common interest in a specific problem.
 
The portals contain a wealth of useful information for researchers in these communities. Community Portals are an excellent tool for supporting a community of researchers who share a common interest in a specific problem.
  
There are many interesting and useful pages in the ACL Wiki, covering a wide range of material, which makes it difficult to summarize the wiki. A good starting point for exploration might be the [http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=List_of_resources_by_language List of resources by language], which covers more than 50 different languages. Another useful resource is the [http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=List_of_NLP/CL_courses List of NLP/CL courses].
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There are many interesting and useful pages in the ACL Wiki, covering a wide range of material, which makes it difficult to summarize the wiki. A good starting point for exploration might be the [http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=List_of_resources_by_language List of resources by language], which covers more than 50 different languages. Another useful resource is the [http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=List_of_NLP/CL_courses List of NLP/CL courses]. Excluding the main page of the wiki, the most popular page is the [http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=Employment_opportunities%2C_postdoctoral_positions%2C_summer_jobs Employment opportunities] page.
  
 
All members of ACL are strongly encouraged to contribute to the ACL Wiki. Whatever subfield of Computational Linguistics you work in, this is your opportunity to raise the profile of research in your area. The time you invest in the ACL Wiki will have high returns for the community.  
 
All members of ACL are strongly encouraged to contribute to the ACL Wiki. Whatever subfield of Computational Linguistics you work in, this is your opportunity to raise the profile of research in your area. The time you invest in the ACL Wiki will have high returns for the community.  

Latest revision as of 12:40, 30 May 2011

Peter Turney peter.turney@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

[May 30, 2011]


The ACL Wiki opened to the public on October 18th, 2006. The mandate of the wiki is to facilitate the sharing of information on all aspects of Computational Linguistics. The ACL Wiki includes pointers to corpora, software, journals, conferences, workshops, blogs, researcher home pages, state-of-the-art system comparisons, employment opportunities, course descriptions, and many other resources for computational linguists.

The following table summarizes the growth of the wiki. The number of page views has increased each year. The number of edits is decreasing as the content of the wiki is stabilizing. Current statistics are available online on the Wiki.


Year Cumulative page views Yearly page views Daily page views Cumulative edits Yearly edits Daily edits Number of long pages
2011 1,930,000 700,000 1,918 9,000 1,000 3 325
2010 1,230,000 480,000 1,315 8,000 2,000 5 293
2009 750,000 400,000 1,095 6,000 2,000 5 267
2008 350,000 250,000 685 4,000 2,000 5 235
2007 100,000 100,000 275 2,000 2,000 5 100


The wiki hosts three Community Portals:

The portals contain a wealth of useful information for researchers in these communities. Community Portals are an excellent tool for supporting a community of researchers who share a common interest in a specific problem.

There are many interesting and useful pages in the ACL Wiki, covering a wide range of material, which makes it difficult to summarize the wiki. A good starting point for exploration might be the List of resources by language, which covers more than 50 different languages. Another useful resource is the List of NLP/CL courses. Excluding the main page of the wiki, the most popular page is the Employment opportunities page.

All members of ACL are strongly encouraged to contribute to the ACL Wiki. Whatever subfield of Computational Linguistics you work in, this is your opportunity to raise the profile of research in your area. The time you invest in the ACL Wiki will have high returns for the community.

Past Reports on the ACL Wiki