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Digital Humanities LibGuide: For Faculty

Evaluation, Promotion & Tenure for Faculty

Tools for Teaching, Learning, & Research

Text Analysis Tools

Web-Based Resources

  • CATMA : A tool used for mark up and analysis of data. 
  • Google Books Ngram Viewer  When you enter phrases into the Google Books Ngram Viewer, it displays a graph showing how those phrases have occurred in a corpus of books (e.g., "British English", "English Fiction", "French") over the selected years.
  • Google Fusion Tables 
  • Juxta : Useful for collating, comparing text. Stand alone desktop application.
  • Many eyes: IBM has ceased support Many Eyes. . Data and text ca be uploaded and analyzed with a variety of visualization tools
  • TaporTAPOR 3 is not yet functioning. Text Analysis Portal for Research.: "TAPoR is a gateway to tools for sophisticated analysis and retrieval, along with representative texts for experimentation." 
  • ​SEASR  : "The Software Environment for the Advancement of Scholarly Research (SEASR), funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, provides a research and development environment capable of powering leading-edge digital humanities initiatives." 
  • Tableau Academic If you are a full time student, you can sign up for a free account with Tableau Academic. You will need to provide proof of enrollment (Student ID or Course List.)
  • TokenX :  Created by the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.  
  • TextArc by W. BRADFORD PALEY, interaction designer (a visualization tool) "A TextArc is a visual representation of a text—the entire text (twice!) on a single page. A funny combination of an index, concordance, and summary; it uses the viewer's eye to help uncover meaning." 
  • Voyant : ;  tools for visualization of texts are proposed : "Voyant: see through your texts.
  • Wordij  A semantic network tool. Wordij creates networks of collocates, or pairs of words that occur near each other in a text. You need to download the program. Works on either MAC or MS. 
  • Wordle: Even the fun, web-based program WORDLE could be considered a text analysis tool.  It weights the use of words in a text then display the usage visually.

Video Presentations of Your Research

Consider presenting your research in a video format instead of, or in addition to, a print format: