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-Dynamic corpus without a fixed size , because new language data is regularly added as opposed to a sample corpus. In spite of increasing corpus size proportion of text types included in the corpus should remain constant ; typically ​larger size than a sample corpus. Collected to illustrate language change in different time periods ( e.g. distribution of neologisms ) , similar to diachronic corpus , but covers normally a shorter span of time. +Dynamic corpus without a fixed size, because new language data is regularly added as opposed to a sample corpus. In spite of increasing corpus size proportion of text types included in the corpus should remain constant ; typically larger ​in size than a sample corpus. Collected to illustrate language change in different time periods (e.g. distribution of neologisms),​ similar to diachronic corpus , but covers normally a shorter span of time.