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INKE: Dynamic Table of Contexts

INKE: Dynamic Table of Contexts

Author(s):  INKE

Dynamic Table of Contexts is a free tool for supplementing a traditional table of contents for a text. It allows users to add or subtract index items based on XML encoding. This tool requires the creation of an account.
Micro-OCP

Micro-OCP


Micro-OCP (Oxford Concordance Program) was a major and historically important textual analysis tool for microprocessor computers. It enabled users to generate concordances, word lists and indexes, in addition to facilitating text markup in COCOA or other markup languages. Micro-OCP was written in FORTRAN, ran primarily in a DOS environment and could be ported to other operating systems including UNIX.
WordCruncher

WordCruncher

Author(s):  WordCruncher

WordCruncher is long-standing text indexing, retrieval and analysis program offered by Brigham Young University. Its functions include tagging, contextual searching, collocation and analytical reporting, and its development has been active since the 1980s.
BIBCON

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.
KWIC

KWIC

Author(s):  CDC

KWIC was an indexing and concordance tool available in the 1960s. Contrary to its name, KWIC functioned as a 'key-word-out-of-context' tool.
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