A hopefully comprehensive list of currently 266 tools used in corpus compilation and analysis.
This list is kept up to date by its users. Hence, please feel free to contribute by suggesting new tools. You can also make suggestions, e.g., corrections, regarding individual tools by clicking the symbol. As this is a non-commercial side (side, side) project, checking and incorporating updates usually takes some time.
There is also a comprehensive list of all tags in the database.
|Compleat Lexical Tutor ✎||A website featuring various tools and materials for data-driven language learning.||vocabulary, language learning, lexis, web-based, ddl||Web||Free|
|DepCluster ✎||A tool used for lexeme-based collexeme analysis.||lexis, collexeme, CxG, LBCA|
|Frequency Program (Paul Nation) ✎||A tool that turns a text or texts into a word list with frequency figures.||vocabulary, frequency, lexis||Windows||Free|
|LEXA ✎||A complex lemmatizer.||lexis, lemmaizer||Free|
|NATAS ✎||A spacy-based library for processing historical corpora (with a focus on neologisms).||historical, python, lexis||Linux, Windows, Mac||Open Source|
|Range Program (formerly VocabProfiler) (Paul Nation) ✎||A tool for for analyzing the vocabulary load of texts.||voabulary, lexis||Windows||Free|
|The Great American Word Mapper ✎||A visualization tool for the top 100,000 words used in American English twitter data.||twitter, lexis, social media||Web||Free|
|WordSift ✎||A word cloud generator, with dynamic filters, links to images, and KWIC capabilities. Works with various types/formats of word lists.||word cloud, vocabulary profiling, lexis, vocabulary, language teaching||Web||Free|
Last Updated: June 19, 2022.
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