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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

Co-Occurrence - Plain Text (TAPoRware)

This tool looks for two words a certain distance apart from one another in a plain text document, within the user-specified limits of words, sentences or lines. The results can be narrowed to only include words found within certain tags. HTML and XML ...
Co-Occurrence - Plain Text (TAPoRware)
Co-Occurrence - Plain Text (TAPoRware)

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

TUSTEP

TUSTEP (Tubingen System of Text Processing Tools) is a free, open source, widely-used toolbox for text processing. It is aimed at scholarly audiences, can work with texts in both latin and non-latin scripts, and is primarily designed for humanites applications. ...
TUSTEP
TUSTEP

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)

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

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

T-PEN

T-PEN is a free toolset from the Center for Digital Theology at Saint Louis University for working with images of manuscripts and attaching transcription data. It has features for collaborative transcription in XML, multiple data viewing, data manipulation ...
T-PEN
T-PEN

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

R

R is an open source programing language designed for statistical analysis and parallel 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 the ...
R
R

Flamenco Search

Flamenco Search is a downloadable web-based interface from the UC Berkley School of Information based in Python, designed to run on a server. It streamlines the browsing of large collections. It is particularly valuable for items such as documents or ...
Flamenco Search
Flamenco Search

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

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

Edit Flow

Edit Flow is a free, open source WordPress plugin designed for editorial collaboration. It includes a private discussion environment, metadata management and workflow tools.
Edit Flow
Edit Flow

Paper Machines

Paper Machines is a topic modelling and visualization tool available as a plugin for Zotero. It analyzes Zotero bibliographic collections based on a selection of text mining processes, and enables users to export a variety of visualizations, such as ...
Paper Machines
Paper Machines

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

VOCAB - U - LISTER

VOCAB - U - LISTER was a tool for lemmatizing texts developed at the University of Toronto in the 1990s. It could handle Spanish text and could process as many as 2000 words at a time.
VOCAB - U - LISTER
VOCAB - U - LISTER

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)

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)

STAP

STAP (State Transition Network Analysis Procedure) was a program for parsing developed in the 1960s. It could determine correct parsing by following all possible branches until all possibilities permitted by its ruleset were exhausted.
STAP
STAP
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