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SEASR: Tag Cloud Viewer With Stemming

SEASR's Tag Cloud Viewer With Stemming is a free tool for creating a tag cloud from a text hosted at a URL, and can process PDF documents. While this tool is similar to SEASR's NGram Tag Cloud Viewer, it applies a stemmer to the text during processing. ...
SEASR: Tag Cloud Viewer With Stemming
SEASR: Tag Cloud Viewer With Stemming

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

Qualrus

Qualrus is a commercial application for qualitative data analysis, including data coding and statistics functions. It can analyze data from a wide variety of sources, including common text, web, image, video and audio files. The data coding functions ...
Qualrus
Qualrus

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

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

WordStat

WordStat is a commercial software package for content analysis and text mining on natural language text such as interview transcripts. It also includes features for automatic document tagging and classification.
WordStat
WordStat

word2vec

word2vec is a tool for computing vector representations of words for natural language processign and other related research. It generates a vocabulary from the user's text and learns a vector representation of its words.
word2vec
word2vec

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

DISCON

DISCON was concordance program available in the 1960s designed to handle bilingual texts.
DISCON
DISCON

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)

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

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

Classical Text Editor

Classical Text Editor is a tool for scholars working on critical editions or an a text with commentary and translation, to aid in preparing a camera-ready copy or electronic publication. Its features includes but is not limited to collation, text retrieval, ...
Classical Text Editor
Classical Text Editor

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)

GERTWOL

GERTWOL is a tool for the morphological analysis of German texts. A limited version for analyzing single words is now available for free through the developer's website.
GERTWOL
GERTWOL

TUSTEP

TUSTEP (Tubingen System of Text Processing Tools) is a free, open source, widely-used toolbox for text processing. It is aimed at scholarly audiences, can work with texts in both latin and non-latin scripts, and is primarily designed for humanites applications. ...
TUSTEP
TUSTEP

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)

TATOO (ISSCO Tagger Tool)

TATOO (ISSCO Tagger Tool) is a free, trainable text part-of-speech tagger based on hidden Markov models offered by the ISSCO in Geneva. It was developed in the 1990s and is still available for download.
TATOO (ISSCO Tagger Tool)
TATOO (ISSCO Tagger Tool)

WordCruncher

WordCruncher is long-standing text indexing, retrieval and analysis program offered by Brigham Young University. Its functions include tagging, contextual searcing, collocation and analytical reporting, and its development has been active since the ...
WordCruncher
WordCruncher

Concord, the Interactive Concordance Generator (Virtual Muse)

Concord is a free concordance generator written in Python for OS X and Windows XP (a new Windows version is forthcoming). It generates a KWIC concordance entry from a plain-text file for any word or phrase and permits sorting in a variety of ways. Concord ...
Concord, the Interactive Concordance Generator (Virtual Muse)
Concord, the Interactive Concordance Generator (Virtual Muse)

Collate: Interactive Collation of Large Textual Traditions

Collate was a program designed for scholars concerned with the difficulties of medieval vernacular traditions. It aimed to help scholars with the preparation of critical editions, and could collate up to a hundred texts. Collate was also capable of ...
Collate: Interactive Collation of Large Textual Traditions
Collate: Interactive Collation of Large Textual Traditions
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