The data files from crubadan.org are just raw frequency lists from
Guaraní pages crawled from the web. They wouldn't be suitable for a
spell checker without some cleaning/editing. Also, since Guaraní has
complicated word structure, an affix file would be important too.
I worked a bit on a Guaraní spell checker with some people in
Paraguay almost 10 years ago. I'll write you off-list and point you
to some resources.
2015-05-29 18:11 GMT-05:00 Michael Bauer <email@example.com>:
Ah if it's crubadan then you should contact Kevin (http://borel.slu.edu/) -
he will be able to tell you more.
Also copying him in. Kevin, Giovanni is working on Guaraní and wants to
include spellcheckers but is unsure as to what there is and what needs done.
Sgrìobh Giovanni Caligaris na leanas 29/05/2015 aig 23:40:
I have found this two links. I downloaded the zips and open them and it
looks like a spell checker. But I am not quite sure what it is.
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