PHI is indispensable for looking up concordance, but it lacks part of speech tagging. Anybody knows if there exists a POS-tagged corpus of Latin works?
Best preference is a free one, as if not, it's price could be in the 4 or 5 figures easy, out of reach unless through an educational institution that would own it (and I am not affiliated with any). But I can deal with that.
Best if focused on Classical Latin, or with an option to limit to it. But I can deal with that too.
Perseus does provide probabilistic POS guesses if you click on the word (almost always correct), but the POS data is not apparently in the XML text if I download it (there are XML links at the bottom of texts if you noticed), when I look at it. Is there an option to restrict searches by POS and morphology? If there is, I cannot find it.
So, any pointers in that direction? I am thinking about running the Stanford tagger on a plain-text corpus, but this is quite a work, as it will certainly require some tweaking and heuristics, and I am not sure when if ever I am able to fit that in my schedule. Latin is only a lovable hobby for me.