A Corpus of 21st Century Scots Texts

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Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis


Total words by this author in corpus - 272
Total unique words used by this author in corpus - 135
Ratio of total words to unique words - 2.015

Lexicon overlap between author and dialects

This is how much the author's top 200 most frequently used words overlaps with each major dialects top 200 words
An overlap of more than 50% is a pretty good match. Because of the nature of the top 200 words, almost no-one has an overlap of more than 70%, they'd have to be writing about a really broad range of things, like body parts, working, playing, thinking, governance, and so on.
On average Scots writers overlap with English by about 27%, so this is perhaps an indication on where on the Scots - Scottish English spectrum a writer's lexicon lies.

Central overlap: 29.5%
Central Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis

Doric overlap: 27.0%
Doric Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis

Ulster overlap: 21.0%
Ulster Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis

Shetland overlap: 22.0%
Shetland Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis

Orkney overlap: 24.5%
Orkney Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis

Southern overlap: 24.0%
Southern Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis

English overlap: 18.5%
English Cara, Dillon, Ami and Travis