Software for text analysis gives you better insight into electronic texts.
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Concordance, text analysis and concordancing software, is for anyone who needs to study texts closely or analyse language in depth.

This is the most powerful and flexible concordance program, with registered users in 70 countries. Read about its key features and abilities, see screen shots, or download a 30-day trial now.

'It really has saved us days of work - possibly weeks' - A psychologist

"What a blast to look at documents in a light never seen before!" - A geoscientist

"The doyen of concordance programs" - Tim Nott, Personal Computer World

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Concordance's main screen - click to enlarge

  With Concordance, you can ...

  • analyse electronic text
  • make word lists, indexes, and full concordances
  • count word frequencies
  • list all usages of a word and see each within its context
  • find keywords, phrases and idioms
  • gain insights into meaning
  • discover a writer's stylistic traits
  • publish results to the web - see The Web Concordances
  • ...and much more besides.
     

  Concordance is being used in ...

  • Language teaching and learning
  • Data mining and data clean-up
  • Literary and linguistic scholarship
  • Translation and language engineering
  • Corpus linguistics
  • Forensics
  • Natural language software development
  • Lexicography
  • Content analysis in accountancy, medicine, history, marketing, musicology, politics, geography, media studies and many other fields.
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