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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)

Voyant Document Term Frequencies

Document Term Frequencies shows word frequencies for each document in the corpus. You can see the selected word at the top of the window highlighted in yellow. Its relevance to the documents is shown in the table below.
Voyant Document Term Frequencies
Voyant Document Term Frequencies

Digitate

Digitate is a free, open source application for making notes and annotations directly on an image of a cultural artifact such as a manuscript or a painting. Images can also be grouped into projects, saved for later or exported. This application is only ...
Digitate
Digitate

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

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

Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Tokenizer

Stanford Tokenizer is a free Java implementation for diving an English text into tokens such as words, and a part of the Stanford Natural Language Processing toolset. This tool is not available on its own, but is bundled with other tools in the same ...
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Tokenizer
Stanford NLP Group: Stanford Tokenizer

Visualizing Literature: Sentiment

Sentiment, 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 it for keywords suggestive of sentiment. All texts are searchable, ...
Visualizing Literature: Sentiment
Visualizing Literature: Sentiment

Voyant Lava

Lava allows you to view multiple levels of a corpus in a three-dimensional environment. Clicking on certain documents within the corpus expands the Lava visualization in a ring to explore further.
Voyant Lava
Voyant Lava

ProIcon

ProIcon was an implementation and expansion of the Icon programming language for Macintosh computers developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Though still best described as a programming language, it was also referred to as a text study and manipulation ...
ProIcon
ProIcon

TextDNA

TextDNA is a free tool for large-scale overview analysis of linguistic data offered by the University of Wisconsin, Madison. It identifies patterns within a text, and enables users to compare ordered sets of data with its sequence visualization. It ...
TextDNA
TextDNA

Mallet

Mallet is a Java based library and command line framework that provides statistical and machine learning tools for use with natural language processing.
Mallet
Mallet

CATPAC

CATPAC is a program available for purchase designed to summarize a text's main ideas. It is multilingual and primarily aimed at researchers in the sciences, and can handle large volumes of text. Text must be formatted in ASCII or RTF. The CATPAC ...
CATPAC
CATPAC

Textexture

Textexture is a free, web-based tool for visualizing texts as a network. The visualization gives a quick visual summary of the text. Clicking on nodes brings up the excerpts the tool has identified as most relivant, and permits users to locate similar ...
Textexture
Textexture

SCAN

SCAN was a conversational programming language available in the 1970s for text analysis. It was specific to text processing and could be used divide a text into sentences or words or split on separators. It was capable of running counts on a text, printing ...
SCAN
SCAN

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

RoSE

RoSE is a web-based system blending social computing with humanities bibliographical resources, enabling these resources to be explored as a social network. It incorporates data mined from YAGO and Project Gutenberg, offers profile pages for both persons ...
RoSE
RoSE

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

ALGOL

ALGOL (Algorithmic Language) was a programming language developed in the mid 1950s and often discussed in relation to humanities research applications, such as concordances or computational linguistics.
ALGOL
ALGOL

BookLamp Labs: Sentiment Viewer

BookLamp's Sentiment Viewer is a visualization tool that graphs out a book's sentiments according to intensity and location in the text. Books to graph can be searched by title or author. BookLamp and its tools have been retired as of April 2014 ...
BookLamp Labs: Sentiment Viewer
BookLamp Labs: Sentiment Viewer

DM (Digital MappaeMundi)

The DM (Digital MappaeMundi) is an environment for studying and annotating images and texts. It enables users to link together images, texts, or fragments of images or texts, such as a textual annotation of an image or text. It is aimed at scholars ...
DM (Digital MappaeMundi)
DM (Digital MappaeMundi)

Casual

Casual is a free, open source tool for generating a visualization of concepts from a key word search. It uses Wikipedia for conceptual information, and can also include Google Image search results where applicable. Users can click on a term to generate ...
Casual
Casual
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