After corpus loading, the corpus information tab is activated. It includes the following pieces of information which are presented as groups within an information tree (cf. screenshots):
The first group comprises general corpus documentation. Pressing one of the group icons displays the corresponding document in the lower part of the tab. The so-called Summary view contains some meta information about the corpus which has been specified in the corpus process (cf. subsection 4.2, chapter VI). The Detailed view also lists all corpus features and their corresponding feature values used in the corpus. Both information pages can be printed by selecting the Print Current Documentation item in the context menu which is activated by a right-button mouse click (in the lower left information panel):
If the loaded corpus comprises corpus bookmarks or corpus templates, corresponding indication icons are also placed in the documentation group (cf. screenshot above). Corpus bookmarks and corpus templates are described in subsection 2.3 and subsection 2.4, respectively.
The second group contains documentation about optional edge labels and secondary edge labels. All (secondary) edge labels and an optional short description are listed. If you type in a character, the cursor jumps to the first item which begins with this character. If you double-click a (secondary) edge label, it is copied into the corpus query editor:
The third and fourth groups comprise the nonterminal and terminal features of the corpus. All feature values and an optional description are listed. If you type in a character, the cursor jumps to the first item which begins with this character. If you double-click a feature values, the corresponding feature-value pair is copied into the corpus query editor:
If a type system has been defined for a corpus feature (cf. section 8, chapter III), it is also documented. Just click on the type icon which is placed under the corpus feature icon (cf. screenshot below). The type system is presented as a type tree. If you click on a type symbol or on a feature value, the corresponding feature-value / feature-type pair is copied into the corpus query editor: