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Voyant Links

Links finds collocates for words and displays links between them using a force directed graph. It shows term frequencies in proximity to keyword. It is a visualization and shows a web of terms.
Voyant Links
Voyant Links

TextArc

TextArc is a free visualization tool that represents an entire text on a single page. It has elements of an index, concordance and summary all in one place, encouraging the viewer to use its juxtapositions to uncover meaning. The web-based applet is ...
TextArc
TextArc

Distribution Graph - HTML (TAPoRware)

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

List Words - HTML (TAPoRware)

This tool lists words in an HTML document, either uploaded by the user or from a web address. List Words works with relatively small texts of under a megabyte in size. It is part of the TAPoRware collection of tools; there are XML and plain text versions ...
List Words - HTML (TAPoRware)
List Words - HTML (TAPoRware)

R

R is an open source programing language designed for statistical analysis and parrallel computing. R began its life as a research project at the University of Aukland, but has since expanded to become a collaborativly run open source project run by ...
R
R

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.
CATPAC
CATPAC

DocuBurst

DocuBurst is a free web-based visualization tool for exploring the contents of a text.  Visitors can upload their own text or view those provided by others. DocuBurst presents an interactive chart called a ‘radial sunburst’ diagram which organizes ...
DocuBurst
DocuBurst

BookLamp

BookLamp, part of the Book Genome Project, is a tool and a resource for finding books. It offers an alternative to social recommendation engines reliant on author popularity by treating its books as equal regardless of number of copies sold. BookLamp's ...
BookLamp
BookLamp

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

Wordle

Wordle is an online toy for generating word clouds using the text you provide.  Text can be submitted by providing an URL or by pasting raw text into an input.  The most frequent words from the text are then used as the source for the resulting visualization, ...
Wordle
Wordle

Wordle

Wordle is an online toy for generating word clouds using the text you provide.  Text can be submitted by providing an URL or by pasting raw text into an input.  The most frequent words from the text are then used as the source for the resulting visualization, ...
Wordle
Wordle

DocuScope

DocuScope is a text analysis environment first developed in 1998. It contains a suite of interactive visualization tools for corpus-based rhetorical analysis. At present, DocuScope is not available outside the originating research group. However, the ...
DocuScope
DocuScope

TextArc

TextArc is a free visualization tool that represents an entire text on a single page. It has elements of an index, concordance and summary all in one place, encouraging the viewer to use its juxtapositions to uncover meaning. The web-based applet is ...
TextArc
TextArc

TextGrid

TextGrid is a virtual research environment for text-based humanities scholarship. It offers a variety of tools and services for collaboratively creating, analyzing, editing and publishing texts. The TextGrid environment is split into two components, ...
TextGrid
TextGrid

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)

Voyant Cirrus

Cirrus is a visualization tool that displays a word cloud relating to the frequency of words appearing in one or more documents. One can click on any word appearing in the cloud to obtain detailed information about its relativity.
Voyant Cirrus
Voyant Cirrus

List Words - HTML (TAPoRware)

This tool lists words in an HTML document, either uploaded by the user or from a web address. List Words works with relatively small texts of under a megabyte in size. It is part of the TAPoRware collection of tools; there are XML and plain text versions ...
List Words - HTML (TAPoRware)
List Words - HTML (TAPoRware)

Tokenize - Plain Text (TAPoR)

This tool splits an HTML document at specified points into 'tokens' - words, lines, sentences, paragraphs or characters. The user can specify characters, patterns, or tags upon which to separate tokens, and choose to have the results listed separator ...
Tokenize - Plain Text (TAPoR)
Tokenize - Plain Text (TAPoR)

Voyant Corpus Term Frequencies

Corpus Term Frequencies shows overall word frequencies for the entire corpus as well as information about how word frequencies are spread out over documents within the corpus. Hover over column headers and buttons for more information.
Voyant Corpus Term Frequencies
Voyant Corpus Term Frequencies

Voyant Links

Links finds collocates for words and displays links between them using a force directed graph. It shows term frequencies in proximity to keyword. It is a visualization and shows a web of terms.
Voyant Links
Voyant Links

GRIPHOS (General Retrieval and Information Processor for Humanities Oriented Studies)

GRIPHOS (General Retrieval and Information Processor for Humanities Oriented Studies) is a historically important precursor to the Museum Computer Network. Designed by Dr. Jack Heller and debuting in 1967, GRIPHOS was a suite of programs that enabled ...
GRIPHOS (General Retrieval and Information Processor for Humanities Oriented Studies)
GRIPHOS (General Retrieval and Information Processor for Humanities Oriented Studies)
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