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Compleat Web VP v.2.5     Million-word VPs 
 Profile texts with *9* list frames in *2* langs. and *2* grain-sizes at *1* interface

Units: Note that BNL, Coca-Core, CEFR, & Classic AWL are not full 1000-family lists (see [?] details); & that NGSL, BNC-25k, and French are (F)lemmas not Families
How to make list framework comparisons? Last Demo   From here  OR (NEW) FROM OUTPUT
Does lex frequency predict text complexity? Check  these 
Check VP-sorted concordances, easiest contexts first  here 

VP-1 VP-Basic          


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   BNC-COCA 1-25k [?] Lists 
        > BNC-COCA NFL7 (v.2)       NEW [?]  Lists 
        > BNC-COCA 1-25 C ("c-series," 100 heads) [?] Lists 
   CLASSIC (GSL/AWL)[?]  Lists 
    BNC Fams 20k (f)Lemmas 25k (f)Lemmas 50c [?]  K   C 
   BNC-COCA Core-4 [?] Lists 
    NGSL +NAWL OR +TOEIC OR +BIZ [?]  Lists 
   CEFR - English [?]  Lists 
   BNL [?]  Lists 
   FRENCH v.5, 1-25k [?] Lists 
*** Frameworks can be modified at output
Input mode A Type or paste small to medium size text (max about 25,000 words/25 seconds) into window, choose options, and click yellow Submit_window button for Lexical Frequency Profile.
Title:  |+| Eng+Fr! Cognates (Lists)  |+| Sentence Count  |+| Bar Chart  |+| Coca Count-Index/List  ?   |+| Basic  ? 


Demos: Lit (1) (2) | Graded (1) (2) | Science (1) (2) | News (NYT) (WP) (Op Ed - Rex) Speech Adults Kids | Legal | GSL+AWL 1k 2K AWL | French      

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Words to recategorize => 1k (type, dbl-click)
(E.g. known cognates/compounds)
PROPER NOUN HANDLING  ? 
Off-list mid-sentence caps...
   Class as offlist         *
   Class as 1k/1c          *  

   Eliminate                   *  
COMPOUNDS HANDLING  ? 
When Off word is 2 wds...
 Class as offlist  *  
 Break apart        *
 

Input mode B For large files,  to 1 million words >> LARGER TEXT = INFO IS MORE BASIC >>


CORPUS   x LIST

  UPLOAD LARGE TEXT FILE (with ~.txt file extension)