You can filter sequences based on the following properties:

How many lexical items contain the sequence (NumberOfLexicalItems)

The frequency of those lexical items - the sum of all the frequencies, the minimum frequency of a lexical item containing that sequence, the maximum, and the mean.

The place profile of the sequence:

Whether all segments are from the same place of articulation (IsHarmonious)

The sonority profile of the sequence:

Whether the sequence is flat or increasing (MonotonicIncrease)

Whether the sequence is flat or decreasing (MonotonicDecrease)

Whether the sequence contains two segments of the same sonority (ContainsPlateau)

Whether there is a contour in the sonority (DecreaseThenIncrease, IncreaseThenDecrease)

Whether the entire sequence has identical place and manner features (IdenticalSegments)

These filters can be chained together, for example, to find sequences which are from the same place of articulation, but are not geminates.

E.g.

Where

Number>2

Where

SonorityProfile.MonotonicIncrease==true

Where

SonorityProfile.ContainsPlateau==false

OrderByDescending

Length

OrderByDescending

SumOfFrequenciesPerMillionTokens

1. Choose a sequence set

2. Create a filter set (optional)

Predefined filters

Custom filters

Choose a description to get pre-defined filters.
Narrow down your sequence sets by type (above), and you will only get relevant filters here.

Create a new filter.
You can order your results, or restrict them using Where. Click on Filter Help for more details.

3. Get currently selected sequence set (as filtered)