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Text Lex Compare v.4             Research                     TEXT COMPARISON DEMOS   in ascending order of shared lexis
  • Subtract one text from another; one list from another; a list from a text.
  • Find the degree of word repetition over a set of lists or texts (news articles, book chapters, etc)
  • Researchers - Find the coverage of a wordlist in a text
  • Teachers - See what's new and what's review in Chapter 2
(1) Unrelated topic, different authors
(2) Unrelated topic, same author
(3) Same topic, different authors
(4) Related topic, different authors
(5) Same topic, same author
(6)     (5)+simplified


(7) List coverage in a text   ?  
(8) BNC_1 v BNC-COCA_1
(9) BNC_2 v BNC-COCA_2

[Method A] Old or first text here
New or second text here
 NEW! Sept 2019

Data Extract
from output
to save or relay forward

Titles: Old New  
Format: Tokens + Types | Families | Phrases    

[Method B] Load TXT files from hard drive (last=target)     [Get » Call Wild 7-Ch (zip) ]  
  Files +/-
Stoplists (1-10)   CLASSIC: 1k 2k AWL  or   BNC: 1k 2k 3k 4k

Upload one or more "first" texts here

 01 .
 02 .
    Upload Target or "Second" text here for new-word analysis ↓

Format: Tokens + Types | Families | Phrases |     Output loads to new page, preserving upload file names here      

Text Lex Compare by Tom Cobb, UQAM     Last tune-up 2019/09/17