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Treebank Statistics: UD_English-EWT: POS Tags: SYM

There are 67 SYM lemmas (0%), 67 SYM types (0%) and 883 SYM tokens (0%). Out of 17 observed tags, the rank of SYM is: 11 in number of lemmas, 14 in number of types and 17 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent SYM lemmas: $, /, -, :), #, %, +, :(, :-), a

The 10 most frequent SYM types: $, /, -, :), #, %, +, :(, :-), A

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: $ (SYM 293, NOUN 3), / (SYM 153, PUNCT 121, X 2), - (PUNCT 1649, SYM 119, X 6), % (SYM 46, X 1), + (SYM 23, PUNCT 2, CCONJ 1), a (DET 5354, NOUN 14, NUM 7, SYM 6, X 4, ADV 1), x (NOUN 10, SYM 6, ADP 1, X 1), (PUNCT 325, SYM 5), @ (ADP 27, SYM 4), > (PUNCT 70, SYM 3)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: $ (SYM 293, NOUN 3), / (SYM 153, PUNCT 121, X 2), - (PUNCT 1628, SYM 119, X 8), % (SYM 46, X 1), + (SYM 23, PUNCT 2, CCONJ 1), A (DET 187, NOUN 10, SYM 8, PROPN 7, X 4, ADP 1, NUM 1), x (NOUN 5, SYM 5, X 1), (PUNCT 325, SYM 5), @ (ADP 28, SYM 4, X 3), > (PUNCT 70, SYM 3)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of SYM is 1.000000 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.228673).

The 1st highest number of forms (1) was observed with the lemma “#”: #.

The 2nd highest number of forms (1) was observed with the lemma “###”: ###.

The 3rd highest number of forms (1) was observed with the lemma “$”: $.

SYM occurs with 1 features: Number (97; 11% instances)

SYM occurs with 1 feature-value pairs: Number=Sing

SYM occurs with 2 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is _ (786 tokens). Examples: $, /, -, :), +, :(, :-), A, :D, x

Relations

SYM nodes are attached to their parents using 23 different relations: cc (144; 16% instances), case (128; 14% instances), root (123; 14% instances), discourse (117; 13% instances), compound (79; 9% instances), obj (67; 8% instances), obl (40; 5% instances), nmod (39; 4% instances), appos (29; 3% instances), conj (21; 2% instances), list (19; 2% instances), obl:npmod (18; 2% instances), advmod (17; 2% instances), parataxis (15; 2% instances), nmod:npmod (6; 1% instances), nsubj:pass (6; 1% instances), amod (4; 0% instances), nsubj (3; 0% instances), acl:relcl (2; 0% instances), ccomp (2; 0% instances), xcomp (2; 0% instances), advcl (1; 0% instances), reparandum (1; 0% instances)

Parents of SYM nodes belong to 12 different parts of speech: NOUN (267; 30% instances), VERB (204; 23% instances), (123; 14% instances), NUM (120; 14% instances), PROPN (60; 7% instances), ADJ (48; 5% instances), SYM (37; 4% instances), ADV (10; 1% instances), PRON (7; 1% instances), CCONJ (5; 1% instances), ADP (1; 0% instances), DET (1; 0% instances)

472 (53%) SYM nodes are leaves.

140 (16%) SYM nodes have one child.

106 (12%) SYM nodes have two children.

165 (19%) SYM nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a SYM node is 9.

Children of SYM nodes are attached using 28 different relations: nummod (368; 36% instances), punct (187; 19% instances), case (84; 8% instances), appos (72; 7% instances), nmod (57; 6% instances), advmod (41; 4% instances), nsubj (27; 3% instances), cop (26; 3% instances), det (26; 3% instances), compound (25; 2% instances), conj (24; 2% instances), cc (18; 2% instances), amod (10; 1% instances), advcl (9; 1% instances), parataxis (6; 1% instances), nmod:npmod (5; 0% instances), nmod:poss (5; 0% instances), acl (3; 0% instances), acl:relcl (3; 0% instances), mark (3; 0% instances), xcomp (3; 0% instances), discourse (2; 0% instances), aux (1; 0% instances), csubj (1; 0% instances), nmod:tmod (1; 0% instances), obj (1; 0% instances), obl (1; 0% instances), orphan (1; 0% instances)

Children of SYM nodes belong to 16 different parts of speech: NUM (375; 37% instances), PUNCT (187; 19% instances), NOUN (148; 15% instances), ADP (81; 8% instances), SYM (37; 4% instances), ADV (33; 3% instances), DET (29; 3% instances), AUX (27; 3% instances), VERB (25; 2% instances), ADJ (18; 2% instances), CCONJ (18; 2% instances), PRON (14; 1% instances), PROPN (14; 1% instances), SCONJ (2; 0% instances), INTJ (1; 0% instances), PART (1; 0% instances)