## Treebank Statistics: UD_English-GUM: Features: `NumType`

This feature is universal.
It occurs with 4 different values: `Card`

, `Frac`

, `Mult`

, `Ord`

.

4678 tokens (2%) have a non-empty value of `NumType`

.
796 types (5%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of `NumType`

.
757 lemmas (6%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of `NumType`

.
The feature is used with 6 part-of-speech tags: `NUM` (3991; 2% instances), `ADJ` (449; 0% instances), `ADV` (150; 0% instances), `NOUN` (75; 0% instances), `DET` (11; 0% instances), `PROPN` (2; 0% instances).

`NUM`

3991 `NUM` tokens (100% of all `NUM`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `NumType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `NUM`

and `NumType`

co-occurred: `NumForm``=Digit` (2634; 66%).

`NUM`

tokens may have the following values of `NumType`

:

`Card`

(3869; 97% of non-empty`NumType`

):*one, two, 1, three, 2, 3, four, 4, five, 10*`Frac`

(122; 3% of non-empty`NumType`

):*7.2, 1.5, 6.8, 2.0, half, 1.3, 1.4, 11.5, 2.3, 4.0*`EMPTY`

(1):*1*

`NumType`

seems to be **lexical feature** of `NUM`

. 100% lemmas (686) occur only with one value of `NumType`

.

`ADJ`

449 `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` (449; 100%).

`ADJ`

tokens may have the following values of `NumType`

:

`Ord`

(449; 100% of non-empty`NumType`

):*first, second, third, 19th, fourth, 20th, fifth, 30th, 3rd, 10th*`EMPTY`

(13502):*other, new, many, good, little, more, different, such, same, last*

`NumType`

seems to be **lexical feature** of `ADJ`

. 100% lemmas (64) occur only with one value of `NumType`

.

`ADV`

150 `ADV` tokens (1% of all `ADV`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `NumType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `ADV`

and `NumType`

co-occurred: `PronType``=EMPTY` (150; 100%), `Degree``=Pos` (102; 68%).

`ADV`

tokens may have the following values of `NumType`

:

`Frac`

(4; 3% of non-empty`NumType`

):*half*`Mult`

(48; 32% of non-empty`NumType`

):*once, twice*`Ord`

(98; 65% of non-empty`NumType`

):*first, second, third, 135th, Fifth, Fourth, 15th, sixth*`EMPTY`

(9960):*so, when, just, then, also, how, now, more, here, really*

`NumType`

seems to be **lexical feature** of `ADV`

. 100% lemmas (11) occur only with one value of `NumType`

.

`NOUN`

75 `NOUN` tokens (0% of all `NOUN`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `NumType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `NOUN`

and `NumType`

co-occurred: `Number``=Sing` (65; 87%).

`NOUN`

tokens may have the following values of `NumType`

:

`Frac`

(75; 100% of non-empty`NumType`

):*half, quarter, third, thirds, quarters, fifths, halves, hundredths, millionth, tenth*`EMPTY`

(35437):*people, time, day, way, years, life, world, year, city, today*

`DET`

11 `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` (11; 100%), `PronType``=Ind` (11; 100%).

`DET`

tokens may have the following values of `NumType`

:

`Frac`

(11; 100% of non-empty`NumType`

):*half*`EMPTY`

(17321):*the, a, this, an, all, some, that, these, no, any*

`PROPN`

2 `PROPN` tokens (0% of all `PROPN`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `NumType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `PROPN`

and `NumType`

co-occurred: `Number``=Sing` (2; 100%).

`PROPN`

tokens may have the following values of `NumType`

:

`Card`

(2; 100% of non-empty`NumType`

):*EIGHT, One*`EMPTY`

(12187):*States, University, President, York, New, America, Warhol, north, figure, south*

## Relations with Agreement in `NumType`

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in `NumType`

:
`NUM –[ conj]–> NUM` (186; 93%),

`NUM –[`(130; 100%),

`nmod:tmod`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(128; 100%),

`nmod`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(97; 96%),

`compound`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(13; 100%),

`flat`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(13; 72%),

`nummod`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(8; 100%),

`dep`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(7; 100%),

`parataxis`]–> NUM`NUM –[`(2; 100%),

`reparandum`]–> NUM`ADJ –[`(1; 100%).

`appos`]–> ADJ