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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)

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

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

Voyant Knots

Knots is a visualization tool that helps to understand patterns of word relevance in one or more documents. Each term is represented as a twisted line – when the lines overlap it means a relevance or linkage within the terms.
Voyant Knots
Voyant Knots

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

SELECT (Sum and Evaluate the Largest Exponentiated Correlation Terms)

SELECT (Sum and Evaluate the Largest Exponentiated Correlation Terms) was a computer program for identifying associationally rich words for content analysis emerging from the WORDS research program developed in the 1970s. Although historically important, ...
SELECT (Sum and Evaluate the Largest Exponentiated Correlation Terms)
SELECT (Sum and Evaluate the Largest Exponentiated Correlation Terms)

Voyant Bubbles

Bubbles reads the words in a document (or corpus) and displays the highest frequency words within proportionately large bubbles. Once you arrive to Bubbles, insert / upload your content and let the tool perform its analysis.
Voyant Bubbles
Voyant Bubbles

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

WORDij

WORDij is a free semantic network tool for capturing relationships between words and assigning word-pair link strengths. This information is used as the basis for more sophisticated analysis, such as word network structure mapping. WORDij requires registration ...
WORDij
WORDij

Voyant Term Fountain (beta)

Term Fountain is a tool for visualizing word frequencies, and a part of the Voyant suite of tools. It takes the most common words in a corpus and represents them as a fountain. This tool is still in beta.
Voyant Term Fountain (beta)
Voyant Term Fountain (beta)

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

SimpleTCT

SimpleTCT (Simple Text Comparison Tool) is a free Java-based text comparison tool offered by Open Digital Arts & Humanities Tools (OpenDAHT). It offers a simplified management environment that enables users to display .rtf files, in which they may ...
SimpleTCT
SimpleTCT

TagCrowd

TagCrowd is a tool for generating a frequency-based word cloud from a source text, with a free browser version available through the TagCrowd website. A commercial version may also be purchased, subject to a creative commons license.
TagCrowd
TagCrowd

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)

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

University of Maryland HCI Group: FeatureLens

FeatureLens is a free tool for visualizing and exploring patterns in text collections. This tool integrates the results of text-mining algorithms, and can assist in finding frequent words or ngrams, enabling the discovery of fuzzy repetition patterns. ...
University of Maryland HCI Group: FeatureLens
University of Maryland HCI Group: FeatureLens

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)

COCOA

COCOA was a program and markup language for generating word counts and concordances written in FORTRAN, from the University College Cardiff and the Atlas Computer Laboratory. It produced keyword-in-context concordances and word frequency profiles for ...
COCOA
COCOA

TXM

TXM is a free, open source text corpus analysis environment. Its features include concordance, collocate search, frequencies based on the CQP full text search engine and statistical functions based on R packages. It can export results in CSV, XML or ...
TXM
TXM

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)

URICA! II

URICA! II  (User Response Interactive Collation Assistant) was an interactive collation program for the Macintosh. It semi-automated text collation, and assisted text comparison by 'tagging' variants or automatically reconciling small differences. ...
URICA! II
URICA! II
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