Word Usage Graphs (WUGs) represent usages of a word as nodes in a graph which are connected by weighted edges representing (human-annotated) semantic proximity. We list various WUG resources below. These can be exploited in various ways, e.g. as resources of thousands of word use pair semantic proximity judgments or as clustered graph representations of word use sets. As such they provide various possibilities to evaluate computational lexical semantic models (e.g. contextualized embeddings, word sense disambiguation/discrimination) with additional aspects such as variation over time or dialect.
Data sets representing word usages in semantic proximity graphs will be accepted to this community. We will also accept related data sets relying on semantic proximity or other types of graded word usage meaning annotation. All data sets should have the format specified on the WUGsite.