I saw over the last month discussions regarding special dictionaries.
What became of this?
How easy is it to create special dictionaries?
Are there any resources regarding their construction? I know you can
import 1 by 1 but I have 20,000 items to add.
Also are composite words addressed in these dictionaries?
I have need for a dictionary that searches for and matches binomials.
Say, fictitiously, I have a plant called 'Eucalyptus vulgaris', I want
the dictionary to see the binomial not 'Eucalyptus' or 'vulgaris'
separately. Both these individual words are quite common but the combo
is unique (i.e. their are multiple eucalypts and multiple species with
vulgaris as a species epithet).
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