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Treebank Statistics: UD_English-GUM: Features: NumType

This feature is universal. It occurs with 3 different values: Card, Mult, Ord.

1654 tokens (2%) have a non-empty value of NumType. 426 types (4%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of NumType. 95 lemmas (1%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of NumType. The feature is used with 5 part-of-speech tags: NUM (1458; 2% instances), ADJ (173; 0% instances), ADV (19; 0% instances), SCONJ (3; 0% instances), DET (1; 0% instances).

NUM

1458 NUM tokens (100% of all NUM tokens) have a non-empty value of NumType.

NUM tokens may have the following values of NumType:

NumType seems to be lexical feature of NUM. 100% lemmas (59) occur only with one value of NumType.

ADJ

173 ADJ tokens (3% of all ADJ tokens) have a non-empty value of NumType.

The most frequent other feature values with which ADJ and NumType co-occurred: Degree=Pos (173; 100%).

ADJ tokens may have the following values of NumType:

NumType seems to be lexical feature of ADJ. 100% lemmas (34) occur only with one value of NumType.

ADV

19 ADV tokens (1% of all ADV tokens) have a non-empty value of NumType.

ADV tokens may have the following values of NumType:

SCONJ

3 SCONJ tokens (0% of all SCONJ tokens) have a non-empty value of NumType.

The most frequent other feature values with which SCONJ and NumType co-occurred: PronType=EMPTY (3; 100%).

SCONJ tokens may have the following values of NumType:

DET

1 DET tokens (0% of all DET tokens) have a non-empty value of NumType.

The most frequent other feature values with which DET and NumType co-occurred: Definite=EMPTY (1; 100%), PronType=EMPTY (1; 100%).

DET tokens may have the following values of NumType:

Relations with Agreement in NumType

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in NumType: NUM –[nmod:tmod]–> NUM (68; 100%), NUM –[nmod]–> NUM (46; 100%), NUM –[conj]–> NUM (31; 100%), NUM –[compound]–> NUM (24; 100%), NUM –[nummod]–> NUM (8; 100%), ADJ –[conj]–> ADJ (3; 75%), NUM –[dep]–> NUM (2; 100%), NUM –[case]–> NUM (1; 100%).