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Visual Understanding Environment (VUE)

Visual Understanding Environment (VUE) is a free, open source application for mapping concepts, ideas and digital content. It enables users to generate nodes and links, and apply a simple set of tools to explore the relationships. VUE is, in the words ...
Visual Understanding Environment (VUE)
Visual Understanding Environment (VUE)

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

Textable

Orange Textable is a an add-on tool developed for the Orange data mining and visualization package. Its functions include the ability to build data tables from textual data, to import data from other sources, and to build concordances and collocations. ...
Textable
Textable

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

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

Micro-EYEBALL

Micro-EYEBALL is a microprocessor version of the English language parser developed in the 1970s. This historically important legacy tool could also provide statistical descriptions of many linguistic features of a text. This tool is no longer available, ...
Micro-EYEBALL
Micro-EYEBALL

BookLamp Labs: Stream Graph Viewer

BookLamp's Stream Graph Viewer is a tool for viewing where and how much of a story element ('StoryDNA') appears in a book. Books can be searched by title or author, and then graphed for one or several pieces of StoryDNA. BookLamp and its tools have ...
BookLamp Labs: Stream Graph Viewer
BookLamp Labs: Stream Graph Viewer

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

UVic Image Markup Tool

The UVic Image Markup Tool is a free tool for annotating images and storing the annotations in XML files from the University of Victoria's Humanities Computing and Media Centre. Its interface is designed for users without prior XML experience with additional ...
UVic Image Markup Tool
UVic Image Markup Tool

Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Parser

Stanford Parser is a free Java implementation for the statistical parsing of text, and a part of the Stanford Natural Language Processing toolset. This tool can be used with English, Chinese, German and Arabic. A demo web browser version is also available.  ...
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Parser
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Parser

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

Graphviz

Graphviz is a free, open source graph visualization tool in constant development since 1988. It represents structural information as diagrams of abstract graphs and networks.
Graphviz
Graphviz

RelFinder

RelFinder is part of Visual DataWeb, a set of four different tools (RelFinder, SemLens, gFacet, and tFacet) designed less for presentation and more for exploration/mining of RDF data. All the tools are web based and require Flash to run. Key principles ...
RelFinder
RelFinder

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)

Apache UIMA

Apache UIMA (Unstructured Information Management application) is a software system for analyzing large amounts of unstructured data, such as a plain text document, and identifying entities, such as persons, places, organizations, or relations between ...
Apache UIMA
Apache UIMA

Visual Browser

Visual Browser is a Java application for visualizing RDF data using the Jena framework. The resultant graphs are animated and permit users to expand and hide nodes and switch the view of edges, allowing them to focus on a small part of the network. The ...
Visual Browser
Visual Browser

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)

Textal

Textal is a text analysis app for the iPhone and iPad offered by the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. It creates word clouds from texts, websites, tweets and documents, then allows users to explore the statistics and relationships between words in ...
Textal
Textal

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

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)

MONK (Metadata Offer New Knowledge)

MONK (Metadata Offer New Knowledge) is a digital environment for humanities scholars. It is desgined to assist with the discovery and analysis of patterns within texts, incorporating full text content from corpora such as ECCO, EEBO and Early American ...
MONK (Metadata Offer New Knowledge)
MONK (Metadata Offer New Knowledge)
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