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The Compleat Word Lister v.3.1 Alpha list uniq items without freqs - by popular demand - MAR 2016  

Five list types - for exploring what info each type provides. French or English.
 ||A Natural   ||B Natural Freq   ||C Alpha   ||D NEW Alpha Uniques   ||E Alpha Freq   ||F Freq Alpha   <<Check all   none   

(TIP: If you just need to reformat a text as a vertical list, and/or delete numbering, click this setting.)

Input method A
Rich analysis of smaller texts
Type or paste small/medium text (<10000 words) below and click Submit_window  

What do Zipf's Laws of Lexical Distribution tell us about re-writing texts to increase recycling?

Consult the data

Title:   Options (non-exclusive): [Families]   [Repeated Phrases] [Number Lines] [Count Singletons]    

Samples: Isogram | Lit (1) (2) (1+2) | Graded Lit (1) (2) (1+2) | Speech (1) (2) | Rex M. | Green Eggs      


Input Method B Standard frequency lists from large texts (by upload, to 1 million wds) or smaller corpora on Lextutor concordance page (by pull-down) NEW!
1. Or 2. Choose a Lextutor corpus and then   3.  

Concept from John Sinclair's discussion of different types of lists (Corpus Concordance Collocation, 1991, Ch. 2), coded T. Cobb, UQAM, Montreal