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Hi, I tried xgoogle with a list of words to get the number of hits (that is only thing I really need; number of hits meight be used as a proxy for word frequency, as proposed by Grefenstette and Nioche (2000)). I am experiencing so many problems, mainly because my word lists contain about 250 words. Google returns nothing -- xgoogle gives me a list with all zero-values... Any idea? I have a code for Bing frequencies, but those are weird. Especially if I want to get frequency estimates for "small languages", such as Croatian or Slovakian etc.
Please, help me! Desperately stuck scientist... :-(
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