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Despite drawbacks, the World Wide Web is a mine of language data of unprecedented richness and ease of access.

It is also the only viable source of "disposable" corpora built ad hoc for a specific purpose. These corpora are essential resources for language professionals who routinely work with specialized languages, often in areas where neologisms and new terms are introduced at a fast pace and where standard reference corpora have to be complemented by easy-to-construct, focused, up-to-date text collections.

While it is possible to construct a web-based corpus through manual queries and downloads, this process is extremely time-consuming.

The perl scripts included in the BootCaT toolkit implement an iterative procedure to bootstrap specialized corpora and terms from the web, requiring only a list of "seeds" (terms that are expected to be typical of the domain of interest) as input.

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