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Determine Word Frequencies of a Text

Tutorial by Stefan Trost | 08/04/2016 at 15:18

How you are able to determine the frequency of characters and letters from arbitrary texts using the program WordCreator, we have already described here. In this tutorial, we want to answer the question how you are able to count the number and frequency of individual words from texts.

First, we are opening the WordCreator (available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux) and we are switching the tab above to "Counter".

  1. We copy the text from which we want to count the word frequencies into the field "Input".
  2. Then, we are clicking the button "Settings". In the section "What should be counted", we select "Words".
  3. Last, we are clicking the button "Count" and we will get the result of the counting in the field on the right.

In order to ensure that uppercase words from the beginning of a sentence will not be counted as single word (for example "The" and "the"), in the settings, the option "Combine lowercase and uppercase letters" is enabled.

This option as well as other options for adjusting the counting and the output formatting can be changed in the settings according to your needs.


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