tlCorpus is a professional application designed for concordance and text analysis. Easy to use, fully internationalized (full Unicode support), "collocation summary" feature, multi-core utilization, auto-language and auto-encoding detection, corpus statistics, large file support (greater than 4GB files), support for BCP 47 language codes.
No serious language specialist today does work without the aid of Corpus Query Software to readily and rapidly study actual language usage. The tlCorpus Corpus Query Software brings the efficiency and professionalism of the TLex Lexicography Software to corpus work.
Here are some key features of "tlCorpus":
· Fully internationalized (full Unicode support; supports all languages)
· Immediate search word "collocation summary" feature
· Takes advantage of modern multi-core CPUs for speed gains!
· Auto-detection functionality of languages and encodings helps simplify setup
· Supports recent comprehensive BCP 47 language codes
· Extensive file and overall corpus statistics, including TTR (Type-Token Ratios)
· Integration with TLex dictionary compilation software
· Large file support (> 4GB)
· 30 days trial
· Nag screen
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· [Stats] 'Full statistics': For smart-references element (e.g. "References"), add a detailed breakdown of reference-type instance counts and num-references instance counts. Also add corresponding filters (available from within this stats view) for finding smart-reference elements where the number of cross-references is greater-than, less-than, equal-to etc. a given count.
· [Tools / Advanced] Add new 'Tools/Bulk element/attribute rename' tool (for advanced users) that allows you to quickly rename many elements and/or attributes in the DTD at once by specifying the list of renames to perform in a two-column CSV (Comma-Separated Values - e.g. Excel export) text file. This tool prompts you for a CSV/.txt file which contains on each line a field (either element or attribute) to rename, one per line, then performs the DTD renames as appropriate. Attributes should be specified as: ElementName/AttributeName. Note you should try use the old element names in column one 'throughout', and the new...