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Stanford Mobisocial Lab: Muse

Muse is a free, open source JavaScript tool for reflecting on and searching for patterns in the past by examining one's personal e-mail archive. It analyses e-mail to generate several views including a sentiment graph from messages that may reflect ...
Stanford Mobisocial Lab: Muse
Stanford Mobisocial Lab: Muse

CLAS (Computerized Language Analysis System)

CLAS (Computerized Language Analysis System) was an important historic text analysis system available in the 1970s. It was written in PL/I for IBM 360/370 punch card machines and performed standard statistical tests and concordances on natural language ...
CLAS (Computerized Language Analysis System)
CLAS (Computerized Language Analysis System)

W3C RDF Validation Service

The W3C RDF Validation Service is a free, web-based tool for checking RDF documents for errors and displaying the results. It can display in triples, a graph, or a combination of the two, and can format the graph in a variety of file formats including ...
W3C RDF Validation Service
W3C RDF Validation Service

Keywords Finder - Beta (TAPoRware)

This tool identifies keywords or key phrases within a user-specified text, using the assumption that they will appear with the greatest frequency. It applies a stemmer to every word. Plain text input is recommended. All tags will be stripped from an ...
Keywords Finder - Beta (TAPoRware)
Keywords Finder - Beta (TAPoRware)

SATO (Systeme d'analyse des textes par ordinateur)

SATO (Systeme d'analyse des textes par ordinateur) is a longstanding historic text analysis system, now available as a free, web-based tool. Users can either draw off SATO's corpus or upload their own for analysis, and the texts for analysis may be ...
SATO (Systeme d'analyse des textes par ordinateur)
SATO (Systeme d'analyse des textes par ordinateur)

UNICON

UNICON was a concordance generator written in FORTRAN IV and available in the 1960s. It was available first for the IBM 7094, and for IBM 1410/7090 computers after 1970.
UNICON
UNICON

TextSTAT

TextSTAT is a free text analysis tool offered by Niederländische Philologie, FU Berlin. It is a simple program designed to accept plain text, HTML, Word and OpenOffice files to produce word frequency lists and concordances, and versions are available ...
TextSTAT
TextSTAT

Domeo Annotation Toolkit

The Domeo Annotation Toolkit is an extensible web application for creating and sharing ontology-based stand-off annotations on HTML or XML documents. Users can add annotations manually, or via the tool's full or partial automation options. It also includes ...
Domeo Annotation Toolkit
Domeo Annotation Toolkit

Netvizz

Netvizz is a free, web-based tool for extracting datasets from Facebook. As the tool utilizes Facebook Apps, users must have a Facebook account to access it.
Netvizz
Netvizz

Voyant RezoViz

Voyant RezoViz is a free, web-based tool in the Voyant toolset for visualizing the relationships between people, locations and organizations in a text or collection of texts.
Voyant RezoViz
Voyant RezoViz

Orlando Degrees of Separation

Orlando contains a relatively large corpus, currently consisting of details about the life and writing careers of roughly 1000 British women writers, amounting to 6.8 million words with 2.2 million semantic tags for everything from paragraphs to politics, ...
Orlando Degrees of Separation
Orlando Degrees of Separation

DEREDEC

DEREDEC was a programming system and workbench for linguistics and text analysis written in LISP in the 1980s. It enabled syntactic and texual parsing, and could link phrases by their contenxual dependency relations.
DEREDEC
DEREDEC

Voyant Term Frequencies Chart

Term Frequencies Chart shows how terms are distributed across document(s) in a corpus (documents are shown in the order in which they were added).
Voyant Term Frequencies Chart
Voyant Term Frequencies Chart

Laurence Anthony: AntWordProfiler

AntWordProfiler is a free tool for word profiling. For each word in a document, it will generate the base form and a list of possible related words, provide statistics and frequency data and list word types. It can also process files separately or as ...
Laurence Anthony: AntWordProfiler
Laurence Anthony: AntWordProfiler

NeOn Toolkit

The NeOn Toolkit is an open source environment for engineering ontologies. It supports both the F-logic and OWL ontologies, and its functions include annotation, documentation, ontology evaluation and matching and human-ontology interaction.
NeOn Toolkit
NeOn Toolkit

Crawdad Text Analysis Software

Crawdad is a commercial software package for qualitative data analysis based on natural language processing. It generates a network model of a text and calculates word influence based on its position within the network. It also includes visualization, ...
Crawdad Text Analysis Software
Crawdad Text Analysis Software

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

COBOL

COBOL (Common Business-Oriented Language) is a programming language first developed for business applications in the late 1950s. It was frequently referenced by humanists interested in applying computers and algorithms to their research, though infrequently ...
COBOL
COBOL

SplitsTree4

SplitsTree4 is a free Java tool for generating phylogenic (similarity) networks from Universitat Tubingen. While designed for molecular sequence data, it can also visualize humanities data such as document sequence alignments.
SplitsTree4
SplitsTree4

TextSTAT

TextSTAT is a free text analysis tool offered by Niederländische Philologie, FU Berlin. It is a simple program designed to accept plain text, HTML, Word and OpenOffice files to produce word frequency lists and concordances, and versions are available ...
TextSTAT
TextSTAT

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
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