The fifth version of the ParaCrawl corpus has been released. It is the first release under the ParaCrawl action: "Broader Web-Scale Provision of Parallel Corpora for European Languages". The latest release of the corpora contains newly crawled data, including data from Internet Archive. Enhancements in document and sentence aligners with updated BiCleaner strategy resulted in corpora twice the size compare to release v4 for all the official EU languages (23 languages paired with English).
Corpora sizes and download links are available from ParaCrawl's website (https://paracrawl.eu/releases.html).
Following chart shows an overview of the corpora sizes in terms of English word counts:
The latest release of the ParaCrawl OpenSource Pipeline (Bitextor) is available on Github.
The ParaCrawl efforts will continue with the Broader Web-Scale Provision of Parallel Corpora for European Languages; focusing on more language pairs, ingesting more file formats beyond HTML, expanding the crawl coverage and applying domain filtering. Stay tuned for more news and follow us on twitter @ParaCrawl.
The corpus and software are released as part of the ParaCrawl project co-financed by the European Union through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). This release used an existing toolchain that will be refined throughout the project and expanded to cover all official EU languages (23 languages parallel with English).
The corpora are released under the Creative Commons CC0 license ("no rights reserved"). (https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/)