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etcML

etcML (Easy Text Classification with Machine Learning) is a free text analysis tool from Stanford University that uses machine learning to identify positive and negative sentiments in texts. Users can analyze their own dataset, use a dataset provided ...
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etcML

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

RiTa

RiTa is a free, open-source natural language library for work with generative literature, offered as both a 'core' package of jar files and documentation, and a text-to-speech package. It is designed to be simple and intuitive while still offering flexibility ...
RiTa
RiTa

WordSmith

WordSmith Tools is a commercial integrated suite of programs designed to analyze word behaviour in a text. It can be used to generate a list of all words or word clusters, concord, find keywords and more. This tool is recommended for publishers, language ...
WordSmith
WordSmith

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

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

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

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

Stanford NLP Group: Classifier

Stanford Classifier is a free, open source Java-based machine learning tool that takes data and applies probibalistic classification. It can also give probability distribution information related to class assignments.
Stanford NLP Group: Classifier
Stanford NLP Group: Classifier

Extract Text - XML (TAPoRware)

This tool extracts text found within specific tags in an XML document. It is part of the TAPoRware toolset; an HTML version is also available.
Extract Text - XML (TAPoRware)
Extract Text - 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)

RQDA

RQDA is a free R package for qualitative analysis, developed specifically to analyze textual data. It is available for Windows, Linux/FreeBSD and Mac OS X. It currently requires texts to be in plain text format. RQDA supports non-English texts, and ...
RQDA
RQDA

WordFreak

WordFreak is a free, open-source tool for linguistic annotation. It is designed to support both human and automated annotation of linguistic data, and learns human corrections of automatically annotated data.
WordFreak
WordFreak

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)

SUSS (Sunderland University SENSEVAL System)

SUSS (Sunderland University SENSEVAL System) was an algorithm for word sense disambiguation developed for the inaugural SENSEVAL event in 1998.
SUSS (Sunderland University SENSEVAL System)
SUSS (Sunderland University SENSEVAL System)

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

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)

SEASR: Location Entities To Google Map

SEASR's Location Entities To Google Map is a tool for extracting locations from a text that can be displayed on a map. It uses OpenNLP to extract the entities, and then displays both the sentences and the locations in Google Maps.
SEASR: Location Entities To Google Map
SEASR: Location Entities To Google Map

wordsimilarity (Word 2 Word)

wordsimilarity (Word 2 Word) is a free, open source tool for plotting and visualizing semantic spaces within a corpus. The tool's visualizations assign words to nodes, with similarities marked by edges between nodes of varying strength. The visualizations ...
wordsimilarity (Word 2 Word)
wordsimilarity (Word 2 Word)

SIMILE Widgets: Timeplot

TimePlot, a part of the SIMILE Widgets family of tools, is a free, open source DHTML-based AJAXy widget for plotting time series and overlaying time-based events over them. The overlays use the same data formats supported by the related SIMILE Widgets ...
SIMILE Widgets: Timeplot
SIMILE Widgets: Timeplot

KLIC (Key Letter in Context)

KLIC (Key Letter in Context) was a program for graphological anaylsis particularly useful to scholars analyzing the language of medieval texts, created by Grace B. Logan of the Waterloo Arts Computing Office. It assisted in determining where different ...
KLIC (Key Letter in Context)
KLIC (Key Letter in Context)
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