Concordancer

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A concordancer is a computer program that automatically constructs a concordance. The output of a concordancer may serve as input to a translation memory system for computer-assisted translation, or as an early step in machine translation.

Concordancers are also used in corpus linguistics to retrieve alphabetically or otherwise sorted lists of linguistic data from the corpus in question, which the corpus linguist then analyzes.

Software[edit]

Open source[edit]

  • GlossaNet – online press watch & linguistic search engine
  • KH Coder – quantitative content analysis and text mining software
  • myCAT – concordancer
  • NoSketch Engine – corpus management system
  • KonText – corpus management system
  • Unitex/GramLab – corpus processing suite
  • #Lancsbox – software package with several text analysis tools

Freeware[edit]

  • AdTAT – concordancing tool
  • AntConc – corpus analysis toolkit for concordancing and text analysis
  • CorpusEye – online corpus search interface
  • Linguistic Toolbox – concordancer with integrated part-of-speech tagger
  • PowerConc – concordancer
  • Reverso Context – online search engine and mobile application for translators
  • TranslatorBank – text analysis software for translators and interpreters

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