Created by Mark Davies, BYU.
Funded by the US National Endowment for the Humanities
This is the "original" Corpus del Espaņol (2001), but with a new interface
The corpus contains 100 million words of data from the 1200s-1900s, and it can be used to look at the history of
Spanish. For the 1900s, it is equally divided between spoken, fiction, newspaper, and academic texts, which means that you can use it to compare genres
The new interface for the corpus was released in Summer 2016. It allows you to create "virtual corpora" (e.g. a
particular set of authors, sources, or topics). It also has a much "cleaner" design, better help files, and it works great on mobile devices.
(Click here to use the older interface from 2008).