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Treebank Statistics: UD_English-GUMReddit: POS Tags: X

There are 1 X lemmas (6%), 1 X types (6%) and 36 X tokens (0%). Out of 17 observed tags, the rank of X is: 17 in number of lemmas, 17 in number of types and 17 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent X lemmas: _

The 10 most frequent X types: _

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: _ (NOUN 2703, VERB 2089, PRON 1900, PUNCT 1831, ADP 1301, DET 1175, AUX 1133, ADJ 998, ADV 980, PART 611, SCONJ 545, CCONJ 522, PROPN 237, NUM 124, INTJ 55, SYM 46, X 36)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: _ (NOUN 2703, VERB 2089, PRON 1900, PUNCT 1831, ADP 1301, DET 1175, AUX 1133, ADJ 998, ADV 980, PART 611, SCONJ 545, CCONJ 522, PROPN 237, NUM 124, INTJ 55, SYM 46, X 36)

Morphology

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

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

X does not occur with any features.

Relations

X nodes are attached to their parents using 9 different relations: compound (12; 33% instances), conj (12; 33% instances), dep (5; 14% instances), nmod (2; 6% instances), case (1; 3% instances), discourse (1; 3% instances), fixed (1; 3% instances), goeswith (1; 3% instances), root (1; 3% instances)

Parents of X nodes belong to 5 different parts of speech: X (15; 42% instances), NOUN (9; 25% instances), VERB (7; 19% instances), ADJ (4; 11% instances), (1; 3% instances)

8 (22%) X nodes are leaves.

25 (69%) X nodes have one child.

2 (6%) X nodes have two children.

1 (3%) X nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a X node is 14.

Children of X nodes are attached using 7 different relations: punct (26; 60% instances), compound (12; 28% instances), appos (1; 2% instances), case (1; 2% instances), det (1; 2% instances), fixed (1; 2% instances), goeswith (1; 2% instances)

Children of X nodes belong to 4 different parts of speech: PUNCT (26; 60% instances), X (15; 35% instances), DET (1; 2% instances), NUM (1; 2% instances)