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jsLDA

jsLDA is a free, open source tool for corpus-based in browser topic modelling. Users can test the tool via the provided demo, or download the source code to run on their own system. Users can load any corpus accessible from a URL, and can train the ...
jsLDA
jsLDA

Meld

Meld is a free, open source tool for comparing files, directories and version-controlled projects developed in Python by Kai Willadsen. It features two- and three-way comparison of files and directories, supports numerous version control systems, and ...
Meld
Meld

Scripto

Scripto is a lightweight, open source tool for crowdsourcing transcriptions for Humanities projects. Projects utilizing Scripto can manage contributions via full editorial controls and a versioning history.
Scripto
Scripto

Voyant RezoViz

Voyant RezoViz is a free, web-based tool in the Voyant toolset for visualizing the relationships between people, locations and organizations in a text or collection of texts.
Voyant RezoViz
Voyant RezoViz

PRORA

PRORA was a historically important set of six interrelated programs for creating computerized concordances, first released in the 1960s. It output on punched cards, could be used for any language represented by the Latin alphabet, and also had functions ...
PRORA
PRORA

T.A.P (Text Analysis Program)

T.A.P (Text Analysis Program) was a program for literary analysis developed in the 1970s at Emory University. It could also generate concordances and word-frequency lists, measure types and tokens, and show collocates for key words defined by the user. ...
T.A.P (Text Analysis Program)
T.A.P (Text Analysis Program)

DiscoverText

DiscoverText is a cloud-based textual analytics tool available for purchase. It is designed to collect data from sources such as social media, blogs and a variety of document formats, and generate tag clouds and reports from the resulting corpus.
DiscoverText
DiscoverText

Stanford HCI Group: PaperToolkit

PaperToolkit is a free, open source toolkit for designing pen and paper applications. Applications generated with this tool are intended for printing on a paper surface that allows some digital interaction, such as the related ButterflyNet or Interactive ...
Stanford HCI Group: PaperToolkit
Stanford HCI Group: PaperToolkit

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

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

CommentSpace

CommentSpace is a free, collaborative tool for analysis of comments and visualizations on a website. It uses tags and links to organize the findings and identify contributions from particular users. This tool can assist analysts in identifying evidence ...
CommentSpace
CommentSpace

Netlytic

Netlytic is a free, web-based tool for analyzing and visualizing text and social network data. It enables users to capture data from sources such as social media, blogs or online forums; identify themes and actors; and generate both chain and personal ...
Netlytic
Netlytic

SentiStrength

SentiStrength is a tool for sentiment analysis available for free to academic users (with registration), in Java and Windows-optimized versions. It estimates the strength of sentiment in short texts, and can handle informal language. Strength is expressed ...
SentiStrength
SentiStrength

Tropes

Tropes is a legacy commercial text analysis tool now available for free. It is designed for natural language processing and semantic classification, including chronological analysis of sequential pieces of text and summarization. It includes a graphical ...
Tropes
Tropes

STASEL (Stylistic Treatment at the Sentence Level)

STASEL (Stylistic Treatment at the Sentence Level) is a historically important program designed to analyze text. It was intended for language and style instruction, but had research-based applications.
STASEL (Stylistic Treatment at the Sentence Level)
STASEL (Stylistic Treatment at the Sentence Level)

List Words - XML (TAPoRware)

This tool lists words in an XML document, either uploaded by the user or from a web address. List Words works with relatively small texts of under a megabyte in size. It is part of the TAPoRware collection of tools; there are HTML and plain text versions ...
List Words - XML (TAPoRware)
List Words - XML (TAPoRware)

Raining Words - Other (TAPoR)

'Raining Words' is a tool designed to display word frequency information, minus the words in a chosen stop list, from a user-specified document in a Java applet. High frequency words appear larger and move more slowly than lower frequency words. This ...
Raining Words - Other (TAPoR)
Raining Words - Other (TAPoR)

Voyant Corpus Summary

Corpus Summary is a tool that provides a simple, textual overview of the current corpus. Features of this tool include number of words, number of unique words, longest documents, highest vocabulary density, most frequent words, notable peaks in frequency, ...
Voyant Corpus Summary
Voyant Corpus Summary

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)

CATMA (Computer Aided Textual Markup and Analysis)

CATMA (Computer Aided Textual Markup and Analysis) is a free, open source markup and analysis tool from the University of Hamburg's Department of Languages, Literature and Media. It incorporates three interactive modules, a tagger enabling textual markup ...
CATMA (Computer Aided Textual Markup and Analysis)
CATMA (Computer Aided Textual Markup and Analysis)

Typical

Typical was a tool for language-independent corpus exploration. It assessed the significance of co-occuring words in a line and evaluated the significance of the whole line, to help in disambiguating words and finding characteristic example lines.
Typical
Typical
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