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Treebank Statistics: UD_Latin-LLCT: POS Tags: X

There are 1 X lemmas (0%), 2 X types (0%) and 101 X tokens (0%). Out of 15 observed tags, the rank of X is: 15 in number of lemmas, 15 in number of types and 15 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent X lemmas: missing^token

The 10 most frequent X types: [Propn], [–]

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: missing^token (PUNCT 186, VERB 145, X 101, NOUN 7, PROPN 2, ADP 1)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: [Propn] (X 100, PROPN 2), [–] (PUNCT 186, NOUN 1, VERB 1, X 1)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of X is 2.000000 (the average of all parts of speech is 2.628626).

The 1st highest number of forms (2) was observed with the lemma “missing^token”: [–], [Propn].

X does not occur with any features.

Relations

X nodes are attached to their parents using 7 different relations: nmod (92; 91% instances), nsubj (3; 3% instances), conj (2; 2% instances), acl:relcl (1; 1% instances), nsubj:pass (1; 1% instances), obl (1; 1% instances), root (1; 1% instances)

Parents of X nodes belong to 5 different parts of speech: PRON (72; 71% instances), NOUN (20; 20% instances), VERB (5; 5% instances), PROPN (3; 3% instances), (1; 1% instances)

14 (14%) X nodes are leaves.

57 (56%) X nodes have one child.

25 (25%) X nodes have two children.

5 (5%) X nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a X node is 6.

Children of X nodes are attached using 9 different relations: acl (58; 46% instances), nmod (51; 41% instances), orphan:missing (5; 4% instances), punct (4; 3% instances), amod (2; 2% instances), case (2; 2% instances), cc (1; 1% instances), cop (1; 1% instances), nsubj (1; 1% instances)

Children of X nodes belong to 11 different parts of speech: VERB (59; 47% instances), NOUN (45; 36% instances), PROPN (6; 5% instances), PUNCT (4; 3% instances), PRON (3; 2% instances), ADJ (2; 2% instances), ADP (2; 2% instances), ADV (1; 1% instances), AUX (1; 1% instances), CCONJ (1; 1% instances), DET (1; 1% instances)