Phrase Frequency Counter Advanced scans MS Word DOCX files, text and text-like files — including HTML and XML files encoded via ANSI or UTF-8 — and counts the number of occurrences of the different phrases. It is also a multiple-file phrase-search program. It is possible to specify exactly what counts as a word (e.g., words with or without hyphens or numerals). The phrases found can be listed alphabetically or by frequency, with rank and frequency displayed for each. It is possible to search within the set of found phrases.
There is an unlimited number of videos, PDFs, etc. that can be used for education, training, instruction, or professional development.
Finding and curating them into playlists, integrating with existing workflow, and sharing with others is time consuming, inefficient, and often limited by ‘vendor lock-in.’
Media Share is a productivity tool that saves time, requires no training to use, and does not limit how or where content can be used.
An online based transcription service for UK English audio recordings.
TravelTime Maps make it possible to create isochrones (travel time areas) on a map by selecting a start point, the maximum travel time and preferred transport mode. For example users can visualise all locations within 15 minutes drive time from their current location. It also uses walking, cycling and public transport times. It' also possible to download a CSV of all postcodes that fall within this area on request or export to a KML.
DiscoverText allows users to import data from a variety of sources (including free and premium Gnip Twitter feeds, plain text, Word, Excel, public YouTube comments, blogs/wikis, PDF, etc.), to view, search, filter, deduplicate, code and machine classify the data. This is a collaborative, web-based platform widely used by academics.
This is a Windows program for generating and searching a KWIC concordance of a document ("KWIC" = "Keywords in Context"). A KWIC concordance is a list of the different words occurring in the document, with each instance of each word shown in context (that is, within a phrase). Word frequency is shown. Context size is user-definable, anything from 3 to 19 words long. The software acts on text files and on MS Word docx files, skipping over "stop" words. The concordance can be displayed alphabetically or by frequency, and can be written to a file.
Analyse-it Method Validation Edition provides the statistical analysis you need to validate and verify analytical and diagnostic methods to meet the demands of regulatory compliance. With support for 11 CLSI protocols, it lets you:
• Validate or verify analytical performance characteristics (precision, trueness, linearity, interferences, detection capability) of a measurement procedure to ensure they meet requirements for intended use or manufacturer's claims.
Analyse-it Standard Edition provides you with the powerful statistical analysis and regression you’d expect from an expensive statistics package, but without the complexity or the cost.
• Describe your data with a wide range of statistics.
• Visualize distributions, see trends and patterns, and spot outliers with powerful charts from histograms to scatter plots.
Analyse-it Quality Control & Improvement Edition provides the statistical analysis you need to understand processes, bring them under control, and find improvements that better your product.
• Bring processes under statistical control so they are stable and predictable with powerful Shewhart, cumulative sum, and moving average control charts. Include Xbar-R, Xbar-S, R, S, I-MR, time weighted CUSUM, UWMA, EMA plots, and WECO, Nelson, Montomery or custom rulesets.
FabulaMaps is a completely online, code-free, map making tool that allows anyone to make interactive story-maps right in their browser window. It's different from other GIS tools due to it's ease of use, making it fairly approachable for any one that has no technical experience. Fabula can be used as either a classroom tool, perhaps as a lecture aid or to collaborate with students, or as a place to record on-going data.
MyIndicators (http://myindicators.net/) is a digital, easy-to-use tool allows researchers, educators, students or anyone, to build their own tailored indicators (e.g. goals, strategies, parameters, survey, questions, calories intakes, alcohol consumptions or quantified self in terms of training, mood tracking or sleeping quality etc.)
ArcGIS is a suite of software that comprises of Desktop GIS, Server GIS, Mobile GIS, and ArcGIS Online. ArcGIS is a platform for building a complete geographic information system (GIS) that lets you easily create, edit, and analyse geographic knowledge on the desktop; publish data, maps, globes and models to a GIS server and/or share them online; and use them on the desktop, on the Web, or in the field.
- View and query maps
- Manipulate shapefiles and geodatabases
Papers helps users collect and curate the research material that they're passionate about. From citations to search, Papers will improve the way users find, organize, read, and cite.
Federated search across 25+ search engines. From PubMed and Scopus to arXiv and Google Patents.
Focus on reading with the full-screen reader, which supports highlights, annotations, and tabs.
Throw out those folders of uncategorized PDFs and let Papers organize your documents.
A tool to convert Normal/Scanned PDF and Image to Word, Excel, PPT, Keynote, Pages, Text, etc. on Mac.
- Convert PDF to Word (.doc), Excel (.xlsx), and More Common Office Format Files
- Convert PDF to Pages and Keynote
- Convert PDF to Graphics Files
- Convert Scanned PDF with Accurate OCR
- Convert Multilingual PDF Files
- Support Password-Restricted PDF Files
Roambi Flow is an iOS online publishing service. Roambi allows you to transform Excel data and other publications to visualizations compatible with mobile, and also send them to the iPhone or iPad.
Part-of-Speech (POS) tagging software for English - the classification of words into one or more categories based upon its definition, relationship with other words, or other context, also known as wordclass tagging. CLAWS (Constituent Likelihood Automatic Word-tagging System) uses several methods to identify parts of speech., most notably a system called Hidden Markov models (HMMs) which involve counting examples of co-occurrence of words and wordclasses in training data and making a table of the probabilities of certain sequences of words.
I would consider myself to be a visual learner. I surround myself with gifs and memes, and when it comes to academia I gravitate towards infographics, mind-maps and charts to observe key pieces of information. So it’s not surprising that I chose a graphics based tool to review. In my area of study (Digital Humanities and IT), we cross paths with a myriad of visualisations every day, in many different formats.
Lucidchart is an online diagram tool that enables users to easily visualize complex information through flow charts, mind maps and other diagram types. Multiple users can work together simultaneously to edit a document. Lucidchart integrates with many platforms including Google Apps/Drive, Confluence, JIRA, Slack, ec. Free accounts are provided for educational use.
A cross-platform XML editor that may be used to create and validate XML documents and associated schema. It fully supports XSL (both XSLT and FO), DTD, Schema (Relax RNG and W3C), Database, XQuery and CSS. OXygen XML Editor works with all XML-based technologies, including XML databases, XProc pipelines, and web services and comes with ready-to-use DITA, DocBook, TEI, and XHTML support.
Frequently updated and supported, and with a very large set of features, this software tool has proved popular with digital humanists.
CONTENTdm is digital collection management software that allows for the upload, description, management, and access of digital collections. CONTENTdm is mostly used by libraries, archives, museums, government agencies, universities, corporations, historical societies, and other organizations that wish to host a digital collection.
- Collection storage, management, and delivery to users across the web, in any format (e.g., local history archives, newspapers, books, maps, slide libraries, audio, video)
DEVONthink is a database that helps users organize, manage and collaborate on digital files, including Office files, links, e-mails, research data and PDFs.
A visual development tool for creating, publishing, and managing websites and mobile content: Dreamweaver offers a graphics-based WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You GET pronounced wizzywig) and code-based user interface for the development of web pages and sites. The tool may be used to simplify the process of web site development (in comparison to creation of individual web pages), through the provision of a templating system that allows single-source update of shared code and layout across entire sites without server-side includes or scripting.
Citavi's core features are reference management, knowledge organization, and task planning.
Paperpile is a web-based commercial reference management software with special emphasis on integration with Google Docs and Google Scholar. It imports data from academic publisher websites and from databases such as PubMed, Google Scholar, Google Books, and arXiv. Paperpile can retrieve and store publication PDF files to the user's Google Drive account.
InqScribe is a low-cost, easy-to-use software for creating transcripts from video or audio files. It has a lot of simple customization features which make it easy to use, but not a lot of extra stuff that might bog a new user down. It's best for transcription, but it can also be used for creating subtitles for videos (it can be set up to export a video with the transcript overlaid on it during playback) and even for coding data (best for codes that do not need durations associated with them). It exports to a range of formats (like CSV) for easy analysis.
Zotero is a free tool that collects, manages and cites research sources. It stays on your web browser where you do your work and it's easy to use. It's being downloaded as a firefox extension, used with the chrome and safari browsers or used as a standalone tool. It allows you to attach pdfs, notes and images to your citations, organise them into easily searchable collections for different projects, and open office using any of over 2800 citation styles.
WordPress is an easy-to-use web publishing platform originally designed around blogging that has now evolved with functionality as a robust content or learning management system, with many themes and plugins for extra functionality.
Text analysis software aimed at beginners to qualitative research, and using live visualizations as the interface. Quirkos supports standard code-and-retrieve operations, searches and queries on the data, and can visualize connections between topics and themes.
Find more information at http://www.quirkos.com/qualitative-data-analysis-software.html
Pretty cool reference tool which is free to use. The team behind it will build referencing styles free of charge and change there product based on feedback. They're keen to learn
EndNote is a reference management tool developed by Thomson Reuters that allows users to
- Search databases right within EndNote
- Collect full-text PDFs in one click
- Organize references
- Organize, rename, annotate, search and open PDFs
- Sync desktop and online libraries
- Build and format bibliographies
- Write, polish and publish
- Share research with colleagues and team members
- Network and collaborate privately with your own team, or openly with the wider research community
MAXQDA is a tool for qualitative data analysis, evaluation, and text analysis. You can export parts or all data into reports in Word, Excel, XML, or Images. The MAXQDA Multimedia Browser enables to code audio and video files directly without having to create a transcript. You can code your information however you like for easy retrieval and organization.
ScreenFlick enables large-resolution recording, allowing you to make videos of screencasts with audio.
Reference management entails the collection, annotation, curation, and citation of published information. Bookends simplifies these tasks. Bookends can perform Internet searches to retrieve references and associated pdfs or web pages, or immediately find and import references for which you already have the pdf. Versatile groups (static, smart, and virtual), term lists (keywords, authors, etc.), reference cross-linking (links), multiple notecards per reference, PDF annotation, tag clouds, and instantaneous live searches help organize and find information in your personal collection.
MLA, APA, Chicago / Turabian and most-common Bluebook forms as an integrated citing and note-taking platform for individual or group projects. Prompts for analysis of source types and is unique in offering teaching support and personal help on any citation. Instructor / librarian view allows teacher to comment on work-in-progress providing just-in-time feedback in-context. Archives copies of web pages and pdfs which can be annotated. Dashboard provides long-term access to a portfolio of work.