On this site you can explore the data in GermaNet.
GermaNet is a wordnet: a lexical-semantic network that relates nouns, verbs, and adjectives in the German language.
Words that express the same concept are grouped into synsets, and semantic relations are defined between these synsets.
For example, there is a synset containing Eisenbahn and Zug, because these words can both express the
concept train. This synset has relations to others which contain words like Lokomotive ("locomotive")
or Schienenfahrzeug ("rail vehicle").
On the Synset Search page, you can search for synsets in GermaNet and visualize their relations to other synsets.
You can also view definitions, information about compounds, and lexical relations for the words in a synset.
On the Semantic Relatedness page, you can see how closely two synsets are related, using several measures. You
can also visualize the paths between the two synsets via their nearest common hypernyms, and measure the relatedness of up to 200 word
pairs by uploading a file for batch processing.
write to germanet (hyphen) feedback (at) sfs.uni-tuebingen.de.
You may also be interested in this slideshow about Rover or
this paper about Rover from the
CLARIN Annual Conference 2020.