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Table 3 The most common unigrams, bigrams and trigrams.

From: Characteristics of Finnish and Swedish intensive care nursing narratives: a comparative analysis to support the development of clinical language technologies

  Finland (Finnish) Sweden (Swedish)
The most common unigrams after FinCG/GTA unigram n unigram n
  ja [and] 28,628 och [and] 40,427
  ei [no] 20,557 i [in] 35,533
  olla [be] 15,452 med, [with] 32,568
  saada [receive] 10,995 [on] 31,650
  hapettua[oxygenate] 10,665 ha [have] 22,633
The most common bigrams after FinCG/GTA bigram n bigram n
  ei olla 3,496 circulation stabil 3,775
  [is not]   [circulation stabile]  
  hapettua hyvin 2,517 för att 3,074
  [oxygenate well]   [to]  
  yö aika 1,475 på morgon 2,890
  [night time, misspelled]   [in morning]  
  avata silmä 1,299 under natt 2,792
  [open eye]   [during night]  
  pitkä yö#vuoro 1,144 att suga 2,648
  [long night-shift]   [to suction (liquid)]  
The most common trigrams after FinCG/GTA trigram n trigram n
  hapettua ja tuulettua 353 i samband med 1,958
  [oxygenate and ventilate]   [in connection with]  
  ja tuulettua hyvin 314 slem att suga 1,297
  [and ventilate well]   [to suction secretions]  
  ei yhteyden#otto yö 290 munhåla och svalg 1,189
  [no contact night]   [oral cavity and throat]  
  ei olla tarvita 279 med god effect 860
  [have no need]   [with good effect]  
  yhteyden#otto yö aika 264 att suga i 762
  [contact night time]   [to suction in]