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Treebank Statistics: UD_Turkish-PUD: POS Tags: CCONJ

There are 9 CCONJ lemmas (0%), 9 CCONJ types (0%) and 493 CCONJ tokens (3%). Out of 16 observed tags, the rank of CCONJ is: 12 in number of lemmas, 13 in number of types and 9 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent CCONJ lemmas: ve, veya, ile, hem, ya, ancak, ama, and, çünkü

The 10 most frequent CCONJ types: ve, veya, ile, hem, ya, ancak, ama, and, çünkü

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: ve (CCONJ 422, ADV 3), veya (CCONJ 20, ADV 1), ile (ADP 55, CCONJ 17), ya (CCONJ 11, ADV 3), ancak (ADV 48, CCONJ 6), ama (ADV 6, CCONJ 3), and (PROPN 2, CCONJ 1, NOUN 1), çünkü (ADV 4, CCONJ 1)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: ve (CCONJ 420, ADV 1), ile (ADP 55, CCONJ 17), ya (CCONJ 11, ADV 3), ancak (ADV 29, CCONJ 6), ama (ADV 4, CCONJ 3), and (CCONJ 1, NOUN 1, PROPN 1), çünkü (ADV 4, CCONJ 1)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of CCONJ is 1.000000 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.517067).

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

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

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

CCONJ does not occur with any features.

Relations

CCONJ nodes are attached to their parents using 5 different relations: cc (482; 98% instances), cc:preconj (8; 2% instances), advmod (1; 0% instances), conj (1; 0% instances), flat (1; 0% instances)

Parents of CCONJ nodes belong to 8 different parts of speech: NOUN (233; 47% instances), VERB (117; 24% instances), PROPN (71; 14% instances), ADJ (60; 12% instances), NUM (6; 1% instances), PRON (3; 1% instances), ADV (2; 0% instances), X (1; 0% instances)

479 (97%) CCONJ nodes are leaves.

14 (3%) CCONJ nodes have one child.

The highest child degree of a CCONJ node is 1.

Children of CCONJ nodes are attached using 2 different relations: fixed (12; 86% instances), punct (2; 14% instances)

Children of CCONJ nodes belong to 2 different parts of speech: ADV (12; 86% instances), PUNCT (2; 14% instances)