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 The following three options for querying the corpus are described in more detail in the sub-sections of this document: The following three options for querying the corpus are described in more detail in the sub-sections of this document:
-  * [[02_browsing:04_queries:01_simple_queries|Simple queries]]: These are basically queries for words e.g. //est// or //ich// etc. +  * [[02_browsing:04_queries:02_simple_queries|Simple queries]]: These are basically queries for words e.g. //est// or //ich// etc. 
-  * [[02_browsing:04_queries:02_regex|RegEx queries]]: These are used for more complex patterns such as alternatives (//man// and //men//), for patterns with different endings (//Man// and //Manchester//) etc.+  * [[02_browsing:04_queries:03_regex|RegEx queries]]: These are used for more complex patterns such as alternatives (//man// and //men//), for patterns with different endings (//Man// and //Manchester//) etc.
   * Queries for meta data   * Queries for meta data
   * Combined queries: These are used whenever you want information from different [[02_browsing:02_layers|layers]], e.g. the word //man// written by only females.   * Combined queries: These are used whenever you want information from different [[02_browsing:02_layers|layers]], e.g. the word //man// written by only females.
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