WordCounter (most frequently used words)
Thread poster: Nikita Kobrin

Nikita Kobrin  Identity Verified
Lithuania
Local time: 13:26
English to Russian
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Mar 13, 2004

WordCounter ranks the most frequently used words in any given body of text. Use this to see what words you overuse (is everything a "solution" for you?) or maybe just to find some keywords from a document.

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Nikita Kobrin
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[Edited at 2004-03-13 14:59]


 

lenkl
Local time: 12:26
French to English
Weird count Mar 14, 2004

Interesting, but it doesn't work very well. The system refuses to recognize such words as "shall" or capitalized terms and can't handle long texts. No instructions found at the site.

 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 12:26
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
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Try Timothy Craven's extractor Mar 15, 2004

Nikita Kobrin wrote:
WordCounter ranks the most frequently used words in any given body of text.


Such programs are also useful for extracting phrases from long documents to compile one's own glossary. I use Timothy Craven's ExtPhr32 .
http://publish.uwo.ca/~craven/freeware.htm

For more hardcore type of stuff you might also want to try Mike Scott's Wordsmith Tools.


 

Nikita Kobrin  Identity Verified
Lithuania
Local time: 13:26
English to Russian
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Yes, it has some weak points Mar 15, 2004

lenkl wrote:

can't handle long texts


I think the inability to handle long texts is its main shortcoming.

[Edited at 2004-03-15 18:49]


 


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