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Asking where a database can be found isn't really the same thing as what we generally refer to as link-only answers. The latter is about a user "answering" questions by pointing the author elsewhere — I.e. "For your answer, you can read about it here <link>." We consider these link-only answers problematic because Stack Exchange is supposed to be ...


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My preferences... If the answers are just different links, with small descriptions, then I usually combine them. But if the answers are wildly different, with big explanations, than I post them separately. Some examples of multi-post answers: Large French dataset for NLP (not formal, rather discussions/reviews) Obtaining personal mail corpus Free English ...


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