The Macro-Etymological Analyzer is a web app for text analysis that will look up every word of your text in the Etymological Wordnet, and generate statistics about the macro-etymology of your text, organized by language family. For instance, it can analyze a novel and tell you the proportions of words of Anglo-Saxon origin, or of Afroasiatic origin. First-generation and second-generation language ancestor data is included, and the output is highly granular, allowing the scholar to see the origins of individual words, and statistics about each ancestor language. This data can be useful as a particular type of topic modeling, since some macro-etymological data have have been correlated with particular genres, as well as the ages and sexes of their authors and/or speaking characters. For more details, read the introductory blog post and see these example experiments.