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corpkit is a tool for doing corpus linguistics.

It does a lot of the usual things, like parsing, concordancing and keywording, but also extends their potential significantly: you can concordance by searching for combinations of lexical and grammatical features, and can do keywording of lemmas, of subcorpora compared to corpora, or of words in certain positions within clauses.

Corpus interrogations can be quickly edited and visualised in complex ways, or saved and loaded within projects, or exported to formats that can be handled by other tools.

Code license: MIT License
Last updated: 30 Oct 2015

EXMARaLDA is a system for working with oral corpora on a computer. It consists of a transcription and annotation tool (Partitur-Editor), a tool for managing corpora (Corpus-Manager) and a query and analysis tool (EXAKT).

EXMARaLDA supports the time-aligned transcription of digital audio or video, a flexible annotation for freely choosable categories, the systematic documentation of a corpus through metadata, a flexible visualisation of transcription data in different layouts and document formats, as well as the computer-assisted querying of transcription, annotation and metadata.

Code license: Open source
Last updated: 21 Oct 2015

corpkit is a tool for doing corpus linguistics.

It does a lot of the usual things, like parsing, concordancing and keywording, but also extends their potential significantly: you can concordance by searching for combinations of lexical and grammatical features, and can do keywording of lemmas, of subcorpora compared to corpora, or of words in certain positions within clauses.

Corpus interrogations can be quickly edited and visualised in complex ways, or saved and loaded within projects, or exported to formats that can be handled by other tools.

Code license: MIT License
Last updated: 5 Oct 2015

corpkit is a tool for doing corpus linguistics.

It does a lot of the usual things, like parsing, concordancing and keywording, but also extends their potential significantly: you can concordance by searching for combinations of lexical and grammatical features, and can do keywording of lemmas, of subcorpora compared to corpora, or of words in certain positions within clauses.

Corpus interrogations can be quickly edited and visualised in complex ways, or saved and loaded within projects, or exported to formats that can be handled by other tools.

Code license: MIT License
Last updated: 5 Oct 2015

AnSWR supports qualitative analysis of word-based data. This entails a set of methods for organizing, displaying, processing, summarizing, and interpreting information.

Last updated 9/23/2005.

Only available for Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Last updated: 24 May 2015

Project Quincy allows users to trace the development of social networks and institutions over time and space using information about people, places and organizations. It is a Django application with a MySQL database that can be installed on a web server.

Code license: Open source, GNU GPL
Last updated: 17 May 2015

ANTHROPAC is a menu-driven DOS program for collecting and analyzing data on cultural domains. The program assists with the collection and analysis of structured qualitative and quantitative data, and provides analytical and multivariate tools.

Last updated: 2 May 2015

A French-developed Java application that displays the lexical relations of a word in a 3D environment.

Last updated: 22 Mar 2015

R

R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. R can be run from the command line, or using any of the many graphical user interfaces available on a variety of platforms; these are listed as separate tools.

Code license: GPL
Last updated: 29 Jan 2015

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.

Code license: Closed source
Last updated: 29 Dec 2014

LATtice lets you explore and compare texts across entire corpora but also allows you to “drill down” to the level of individual LATs (language action types) to ask exactly what rhetorical categories make texts similar or different.

Last updated: 29 Dec 2014
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