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CheckText

CheckText is a free, web-based text analysis tool. Users can paste in text, upload it from their files, or import content from a web page. For each text, CheckText generates statistics such as word count, syllable count or number of complex words, provides ...
CheckText
CheckText

Voyant Bubblelines

Bubblelines is a visualization tool that helps to understand patterns of word repetition in one or more documents. Each document is represented as a horizontal line and each seach term is represented as a bubble – the bubble represents the frequency ...
Voyant Bubblelines
Voyant Bubblelines

Edit Flow

Edit Flow is a free, open source WordPress plugin designed for editorial collaboration. It includes a private discussion environment, metadata management and workflow tools.
Edit Flow
Edit Flow

TextGrid

TextGrid is a virtual research environment for text-based humanities scholarship. It offers a variety of tools and services for collaboratively creating, analyzing, editing and publishing texts. The TextGrid environment is split into two components, ...
TextGrid
TextGrid

Old Bailey Data Warehousing Interface

This prototype was produced as a proof-of-concept for the Criminal Intent project.  It allows the records of the Old Bailey Online project to be searched such that the returned results can be viewed as either a timeline or a concordance of terms.  ...
Old Bailey Data Warehousing Interface
Old Bailey Data Warehousing Interface

BIBCON

BIBCON was a key-word-out-of-context system for concordances developed in FORTRAN and available in the 1960s.  It was a modified version of another system, KWIC.
BIBCON
BIBCON

Umigon

Umigon is a free, web-based and open-source tool for sentiment analysis of tweets. From a person's Twitter handle, Umigon retrieves that account's tweets and processes it for sentiment with accounting for factual statements (ex: "I hate war" will be ...
Umigon
Umigon

Voyant Document KWICs

Document KWICs shows a table of keywords in their context. In other words, it provides a list of certain keywords and their occurrence within a corpus or document.
Voyant Document KWICs
Voyant Document KWICs

TEXTCORD

TEXTCORD is a concordance program available in the 1980s. It was developed in SPITBOL at the University of Toronto's Divinity School.
TEXTCORD
TEXTCORD

Discursis

Discursis is a tool for analyzing text-based natural language with a focus on sequential analysis. It is particularly desgined to work with texts that have an internal temporal structure, such as a transcribed conversation. For each text, it generates ...
Discursis
Discursis

Voyant FeatureClusters (beta)

FeatureClusters is a visualization tool for viewing associations between words, based on commonalities in the feature sets of the words. This is illustrated using a force-directed graph, wherein each word is a node in the graph. Nodes are connected ...
Voyant FeatureClusters (beta)
Voyant FeatureClusters (beta)

COGS-3

COGS-3 was a general-purpose concordance program for IBM and DEC mainframe computers at the University of Toronto. It was developed in the 1980s in PL/I and also included a lemmatization feature.
COGS-3
COGS-3

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)

Voyant Cirrus

Cirrus is a visualization tool that displays a word cloud relating to the frequency of words appearing in one or more documents. One can click on any word appearing in the cloud to obtain detailed information about its relativity.
Voyant Cirrus
Voyant Cirrus

INL BlackLab

From the official BlackLab site: "BlackLab is a corpus retrieval engine built on top of Apache Lucene. It allows fast, complex searches with accurate hit highlighting on large, tagged and annotated, bodies of text. It was developed at the Institute ...
INL BlackLab
INL BlackLab

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 ...
etcML
etcML

Voyant Corpus Term Frequencies

Corpus Term Frequencies shows overall word frequencies for the entire corpus as well as information about how word frequencies are spread out over documents within the corpus. Hover over column headers and buttons for more information.
Voyant Corpus Term Frequencies
Voyant Corpus Term Frequencies

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

Alt.Text

Alt.Text is a free, working prototype application for exploring a text on both an outline and content level via a graphical user interface. It breaks down texts into components such as sections, passages or documents, and permits users to leverage these ...
Alt.Text
Alt.Text

Voyant ScatterPlot

ScatterPlot creates a scatter plot graph of terms, spaced by their variation from one another. Once you arrive to ScatterPlot, insert / upload your content and let the tool perform its analysis. You may hover over these dots and click on them for ...
Voyant ScatterPlot
Voyant ScatterPlot

Googlescraper (Lippmannian Device)

Googlescraper (Lippmannian Device) is a free, web-based tool for querying Google and saving the results for analysis. It allow users to specify URLs, keywords, and which keywords apply to each URL. The tool outputs as HTML, a tag cloud, and a text file. ...
Googlescraper (Lippmannian Device)
Googlescraper (Lippmannian Device)
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