A hopefully comprehensive list of currently 277 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 thesymbol. 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.
|ConvoKit ✎||A toolkit for extracting conversational features and analyzing social phenomena in conversations, using an interface inspired by (and compatible with) scikit-learn.||python, conversational analysis, social media||Python||Free, Open Source|
|Murre ✎||A tool for normalising and generating dialectal Finnish and Swedish||python, variation, dialectal data, finnish||Linux, Mac, Windows||Free|
|NATAS ✎||A spacy-based library for processing historical corpora (with a focus on neologisms).||historical, python, lexis||Linux, Windows, Mac||Open Source|
|TextDirectory ✎||TextDirectory is a tool for aggregating text files based on various filters and transformation functions.||compilation, text-processing, python||Windows, Linux, OSX||Free, Open Source|
|Trafilatura ✎||Trafilatura is a Python package and command-line tool which seamlessly downloads, parses, and scrapes web page data.||corpus creation, python, R, compilation, crawler, boilerplate remover, data, xml, scraping||Python||Free, Open Source|
Last Updated: August 28, 2023.
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