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SEASR: OpenNLP Entities To Protovis Network Graph

SEASR's OpenNLP Entities to Protovis Network Graph is a free tool for extracting entities within a specified sentence distance within a text. The OpenNLP system is used for entity extraction, and their relationships are represented in a link node network ...
SEASR: OpenNLP Entities To Protovis Network Graph
SEASR: OpenNLP Entities To Protovis Network Graph

Abbot

Abbot is a free tool for converting multiple XML texts with multiple markup schema into a common interoperable file, offered by the MONK (Metadata Offer New Knowledge) Project. It can also read an XML schema file and output procedures, and use them ...
Abbot
Abbot

Mandala Browser

Mandala Browser is a rich-prospect browsing interface for exploring a data set in .txt, .rft, .pdf, .csv or .xml format. Searches can be constrained by columns or fields. A version of this tool is also available in the Voyant toolset.
Mandala Browser
Mandala Browser

DM (Digital MappaeMundi)

The DM (Digital MappaeMundi) is an environment for studying and annotating images and texts. It enables users to link together images, texts, or fragments of images or texts, such as a textual annotation of an image or text. It is aimed at scholars ...
DM (Digital MappaeMundi)
DM (Digital MappaeMundi)

TACT (Text Analysis Computing Tools)

TACT (Text Analysis Computing Tools) is a historically important text analysis and retrieval system that was developed from 1986 to 1989 at the University of Toronto in cooperation with IBM and remained in use into the 1990s. It was designed to run ...
TACT (Text Analysis Computing Tools)
TACT (Text Analysis Computing Tools)

I Write Like

I Write Like is a free, web-based text analysis tool that compares a user-provided text to the prose of well-known writers using statistics, word choice and writing style analysis. It then reports on which writer the text most resembles. The tool requires ...
I Write Like
I Write Like

EURAC: Double Tree

Double Tree is a free, open source Java application providing a visualization component for supporting exploratory corpus analysis. It focuses particularly on analyzing concordances, and can also represent a KWIC for a single word by collapsing the ...
EURAC: Double Tree
EURAC: Double Tree

Cytoscape

Cytoscape is an open source software platform for visualizing data networks and pathways. Though designed for bioinformatic systems, it has been generalized to complex network analysis and has applications extending to the semantic web. Its core distribution ...
Cytoscape
Cytoscape

Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Phrasal

Stanford Phrasal is a a free Java implementation for phrase-based machine translation. It provides an easy to use API for implementating new decoding model features and supports unique capabilities such as translating using phrases that include gaps ...
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Phrasal
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Phrasal

IBM: Many Eyes

Many Eyes is a free collection of data visualization tools enabling exploration and discussion of the data. Users who post comments on a visualization may also save their view for others to see in conjunction with their comment. Visualizations can be ...
IBM: Many Eyes
IBM: Many Eyes

ATLAS.ti

ATLAS.ti is a tool for systematic qualitative data analysis released under a for-pay license. It offers multi-window frames, overviews generated through interactive network views utilizing visual interconnections, and cloud views and reports. A free ...
ATLAS.ti
ATLAS.ti

RAW

RAW is a free, open-source web application for creating visualizations that can be exported in SVG or PNG format and embedded into a website. Users can upload data with RAW's web interface and generate a variety of vector-based visualizations. RAW uses ...
RAW
RAW

Google Charts

Google Charts (formerly the Google Visualization API) is a web-based interface for interactive data visualization via HTML5 and SVG. It includes a number of preset chart types ranging from line charts to word trees and all are customizable. A separate ...
Google Charts
Google Charts

ORBIS: Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World

ORBIS: Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World is a tool and academic resource for reconstructing the time and financial costs of travel in the ancient world. Its model is based on a simplified network of Roman cities, roads, rivers and ...
ORBIS: Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World
ORBIS: Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World

Lexomics

Lexomics is a free tool for analyzing the frequency, distribution and arrangement of words in large-scale patterns.
Lexomics
Lexomics

LATtice

LATtice is a free visualization tool for exploring and comparing texts across corpora. It also has features for 'drilling down' to determine what rhetorical categories make texts similar or different, and shows multiple visualizations in the same view. ...
LATtice
LATtice

Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Word Segmenter

Stanford Word Segmenter is a free, open source Java-based tokenization tool for Chinese and Arabic text that integrates token pre-processing, or segmentation. For Arabic, the tool processes text according to the Penn Arabic Treebank 3 standard. For ...
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Word Segmenter
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Word Segmenter

AustESE (Australian Electronic Scholarly Editing)

AustESE (Australian Electronic Scholarly Editing) is a workbench environment for facilitating the prodiction of electronic scholarly editions. Its features include functions for text import, markup, collation, textual analysis, annotation and tagging. ...
AustESE (Australian Electronic Scholarly Editing)
AustESE (Australian Electronic Scholarly Editing)

Quadrigram

Quadrigram is an environment for data gathering, query and visualization, based on a visual programming language and intended for users with no experience programming or creating visualizations. At present, it contains 50 different visualizers.
Quadrigram
Quadrigram

JConcorder

JConcorder is Java software for building and managing word catalogues, originally released for the Macintosh as Concorder / Le Concordeur. Amongst its features are functions for listing and cataloguing words, generating concordances, exporting concordances ...
JConcorder
JConcorder

Coggle

Coggle is a web-based tool for visualizing and applying non-linear structuring to information. Though Coggle has been used for mind mapping, it is primarily a method of documenting branching and non-linear information, and encompassing multiple perspectives. ...
Coggle
Coggle
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