The Corpus of Czech verse (CCV) is a lemmatized, phonetically, morphologically, metrically and strophically annotated corpus.*
Each lexical unit is provided with information about its basic word form (lemma), phonetic transcription and grammatical categories; each verse line is provided with information about its type of metre (iamb, trochee, etc.), length (n-foot), type of the end of a line (masculine, feminine, etc.) and the metrical pattern. (Currently, only syllabotonic verse lines are annotated in terms of metrics.) On higher levels rhyme pairs are annotated, or n-some and fixed forms (sonnet, rondel, etc.). In the metrical and strophical description it is possible to search by means of Database of Czech Metres; the lemmatization level is partly accessible through Frequency lists; rhyme pairs can be searched in the application Gunstick
Biographies of figures in Czech literature.
Through archive research and other excerption the CLO Database collates biographical data and information on the professional orientation of prominent figures in Czech literature from the origins of Czech literature to the present. It was created on the basis of the archive collection, which was first digitized in 2004-2008 under Ministry of Education Grant Project No. 1N04172. As of 31st December 2010, approx 16,000 of the total approx 32,000 entrieswere published online...
The "Thesaurus of Czech Meters" database processes in detail Czech poetic output from the beginning of the National Revival. The creation of this database was described in ČL 47 (1999), p..287nn., where there is also a detailed description of the individual sections for each entry.