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SEASR: NGram Tag Cloud Viewer

SEASR's NGram Tag Cloud Viewer is a free tool for generating a tag cloud from a text hosted at a URL. It can also process PDF documents.
SEASR: NGram Tag Cloud Viewer
SEASR: NGram Tag Cloud Viewer

Visualizing Literature: Virtue and Vice

Virtue and Vice, from the Visualizing Literature toolset, allows users to select a text from Visualizing Literature's list of grade school curriculum exemplar creative commons texts and graph out all instances of words suggestive of virture and vice ...
Visualizing Literature: Virtue and Vice
Visualizing Literature: Virtue and Vice

Lexa

Lexa is a free legacy set of programs for corpus processing, maintained online for posterity. It is designed to tag and lemmatize texts or series of texts.
Lexa
Lexa

Textometrica

Textometrica is a free, web based text analysis tool offered by HUMlab at Umeå University. Users can upload a plain-text file and examine its word frequencies, see co-occurrences, and generate visualizations and graphs.
Textometrica
Textometrica

Word and Phrase

Word and Phrase is a free, web-based text analysis tool created by Dr. Mark Davies of Brigham Young University. Users can paste texts directly into the box provided. The tool provides a range of detailed information on a text's words and phrases, on ...
Word and Phrase
Word and Phrase

FORTRAN

FORTRAN (from 'formula translating system') was a major programming language first developed by IBM in the late 1950s. While originally intended for science and engineering, with substantial drawbacks for users seeking to conduct text processing, its ...
FORTRAN
FORTRAN

HyperPo

HyperPo is an important legacy tool, developed as the first web-based text analysis tool aimed at humanities scholars available from 1996 through 2006. Users could input a web address, upload a file or directly enter text for analysis. HyperPo's interface ...
HyperPo
HyperPo

LodLive

The goal of LodLive project is to create a tool that can be used for connecting RDF browser capabilities with the effectiveness of data graph representation. The tool utilizes Linked Data standards (RDF, SPARQL) to browse RDF resources.    
LodLive
LodLive

RDF Gravity

RDF Gravity (RDF Graph Visualization Tool) is a free, open-source visualization tool from Salzburg Research's Knowledge Information Systems Group. It supports RDF graph structures and OWL ontologies, including multiple RDF files, and offers a variety ...
RDF Gravity
RDF Gravity

Trend Miner

Trend Miner is a tool designed to enable portable open-source real-time methods for cross-lingual mining and summarizing of large-scale stream media. It combines elements from natural language processing, knowledge-based reasoning, machine learning, ...
Trend Miner
Trend Miner

Voyant Corpus Grid

Corpus Grid shows an overview of the corpus, including each document's title, number of word tokens (total words), number or word types (unique words), and lexical density (the ratio of tokens to types).
Voyant Corpus Grid
Voyant Corpus Grid

Yoshikoder

Yoshikoder is a free, open source cross-platform content analysis program. It works with text documents to apply basic content analysis in any language, examine KWIC, generate summaries and generate content analysis dictionaries.
Yoshikoder
Yoshikoder

General Inquirer

The General Inquirer is a historically important program for content analysis of textual data originally developed in the 1960s by Philip Stone and his colleagues at the Harvard Laboratory of Social Relations. Though the original release used punched ...
General Inquirer
General Inquirer

GATE (General Architecture for Text Engineering)

GATE (General Architecture for Text Engineering) is free, open source software offered by the University of Sheffield since 1995. It provides a framework for users to gather a corpus, apply an ontology to it, develop markup, automate the application ...
GATE (General Architecture for Text Engineering)
GATE (General Architecture for Text Engineering)

TAGS (Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet) v5.1

TAGS (Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet) v5.1 is a tool for automatically pulling Twitter search results into a Google spreadsheet for further analysis. Users can set TAGS 5.1 to update the resulting archive hourly or at a frequency of their specification, ...
TAGS (Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet) v5.1
TAGS (Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet) v5.1

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

Distribution Graph - XML (TAPoRware)

This tool creates a graphical distribution list of words found within specific XML elements. HTML and plain text versions are also available within the TAPoRware toolsets.
Distribution Graph - XML (TAPoRware)
Distribution Graph - XML (TAPoRware)

FINNMORF

FINNMORF was a tool for generating full lexical paradigms for Finnish words. It modelled Finnish morphological competence, to facilitate identification of the most likely forms of a word within its context. Although the program could not select the ...
FINNMORF
FINNMORF

Textalyser

Textalyser is a free web-based text analysis tool offered by the Bernhard Huber Internet Engineering Company. Users can paste text into the provided entry field, upload a file or provide a URL for analysis. Textalyser provides detailed statistics on ...
Textalyser
Textalyser

OrlandoVision (OVis)

An application for visualizing a specific collection of authors, and the links or associations between them.  Links are determined by co-occurrence in the Orlando dataset.  The current dataset consists of authors, other people associated with them, ...
OrlandoVision (OVis)
OrlandoVision (OVis)

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
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