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version 5.0
by Mike Scott
© 2010 Mike Scott
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WordSmith Tools
I
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Table of Contents
Foreword
0
Part I
WordSmith Tools
2
Part II
Overview
4
................................................................................................................................... 4
1
Requirements 
................................................................................................................................... 4
2
What's new in version 5 
................................................................................................................................... 4
3
Controller 
................................................................................................................................... 5
4
Concord 
................................................................................................................................... 5
5
KeyWords 
................................................................................................................................... 6
6
WordList 
................................................................................................................................... 6
7
Utilities 
......................................................................................................................................................... 6
Choose Languages 
......................................................................................................................................................... 6
Corpus Corruption Detector 
......................................................................................................................................................... 6
File Utilities 
......................................................................................................................................................... 7
File Viewer 
......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Minimal Pairs 
......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Splitter 
......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Text Converter 
......................................................................................................................................................... 8
Version Checker 
......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Viewer and Aligner 
......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Webgetter 
......................................................................................................................................................... 11
WSConcGram 
Part III
Getting Started
13
................................................................................................................................... 13
1
getting started with Concord 
................................................................................................................................... 14
2
getting started with KeyWords 
................................................................................................................................... 16
3
getting started with WordList 
Part IV
Installation and Updating
20
................................................................................................................................... 20
1
installing WordSmith Tools 
................................................................................................................................... 21
2
what your licence allows 
................................................................................................................................... 21
3
network defaults 
................................................................................................................................... 22
4
version checking 
Part V
Controller
25
................................................................................................................................... 25
1
accents and other characters 
................................................................................................................................... 25
2
add notes 
................................................................................................................................... 26
3
adjust settings 
................................................................................................................................... 26
4
advanced settings 
................................................................................................................................... 30
5
batch processing 
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II
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6
choose texts 
................................................................................................................................... 37
7
choose favourite texts 
................................................................................................................................... 38
8
choose language 
................................................................................................................................... 39
9
choosing files from standard dialogue box 
................................................................................................................................... 39
10
class or session instructions 
................................................................................................................................... 40
11
colours 
................................................................................................................................... 42
12
column totals 
................................................................................................................................... 43
13
compute new column of data 
................................................................................................................................... 45
14
copy your results 
................................................................................................................................... 45
15
count data frequencies 
................................................................................................................................... 46
16
custom processing 
................................................................................................................................... 49
17
custom settings 
................................................................................................................................... 51
18
delete if 
................................................................................................................................... 51
19
editing a list of data 
................................................................................................................................... 54
20
editing column headings 
................................................................................................................................... 55
21
find relevant files 
................................................................................................................................... 56
22
fonts 
................................................................................................................................... 57
23
general settings 
................................................................................................................................... 59
24
layout & format 
................................................................................................................................... 63
25
marking entries 
................................................................................................................................... 64
26
match words in list 
................................................................................................................................... 69
27
previous lists 
................................................................................................................................... 69
28
print and print preview 
................................................................................................................................... 71
29
quit WordSmith 
................................................................................................................................... 71
30
reduce data to n entries 
................................................................................................................................... 72
31
save as text 
................................................................................................................................... 76
32
save defaults 
................................................................................................................................... 77
33
save results 
................................................................................................................................... 77
34
search & replace 
................................................................................................................................... 79
35
search by typing 
................................................................................................................................... 79
36
search for word or part of word 
................................................................................................................................... 80
37
see filenames 
................................................................................................................................... 80
38
stop lists 
................................................................................................................................... 82
39
suspend processing 
................................................................................................................................... 84
40
text and languages 
................................................................................................................................... 85
41
window management 
................................................................................................................................... 86
42
zap unwanted lines 
Part VI
Tags and Markup
88
................................................................................................................................... 88
1
overview 
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WordSmith Tools
III
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................................................................................................................................... 88
2
choices in handling tags 
................................................................................................................................... 89
3
tags as selectors 
................................................................................................................................... 91
4
only if containing... 
................................................................................................................................... 93
5
part of file:selecting within texts 
................................................................................................................................... 94
6
making a tag file 
................................................................................................................................... 97
7
tag-types 
................................................................................................................................... 98
8
start and end of text segments 
................................................................................................................................... 99
9
multimedia tags 
................................................................................................................................... 101
10
modify source texts 
Part VII
Concord
106
................................................................................................................................... 106
1
purpose 
................................................................................................................................... 106
2
index 
................................................................................................................................... 107
3
what is a concordance? 
................................................................................................................................... 107
4
search-word or phrase 
......................................................................................................................................................... 107
search word syntax 
......................................................................................................................................................... 109
file-based search-words 
......................................................................................................................................................... 111
search-word and other settings 
................................................................................................................................... 113
5
advice 
................................................................................................................................... 116
6
blanking 
................................................................................................................................... 116
7
categories 
................................................................................................................................... 118
8
clusters 
................................................................................................................................... 121
9
Collocation 
......................................................................................................................................................... 121
what is collocation? 
......................................................................................................................................................... 122
collocate horizons 
......................................................................................................................................................... 122
collocation relationship 
......................................................................................................................................................... 123
collocates display 
......................................................................................................................................................... 125
collocates and lemmas 
......................................................................................................................................................... 126
collocate highlighting in concordance 
......................................................................................................................................................... 127
collocate settings 
......................................................................................................................................................... 129
re-sorting: collocates 
................................................................................................................................... 129
10
dispersion plot 
................................................................................................................................... 131
11
concordancing on tags 
................................................................................................................................... 132
12
context word 
................................................................................................................................... 135
13
editing concordances 
................................................................................................................................... 135
14
follow-up 
................................................................................................................................... 137
15
nearest tag 
................................................................................................................................... 140
16
patterns 
................................................................................................................................... 141
17
remove duplicates 
................................................................................................................................... 142
18
re-sorting 
................................................................................................................................... 144
19
re-sorting: dispersion plot 
................................................................................................................................... 144
20
saving and printing 
................................................................................................................................... 145
21
sounds & video 
IV
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................................................................................................................................... 146
22
summary statistics 
................................................................................................................................... 149
23
text segments in Concord 
................................................................................................................................... 151
24
viewing options 
................................................................................................................................... 152
25
WordSmith controller: Concord: settings 
Part VIII
KeyWords
156
................................................................................................................................... 156
1
purpose 
................................................................................................................................... 156
2
index 
................................................................................................................................... 157
3
ordinary two word-list analysis 
................................................................................................................................... 158
4
associate definition 
................................................................................................................................... 159
5
associates 
................................................................................................................................... 161
6
choosing files 
................................................................................................................................... 161
7
clumps 
................................................................................................................................... 162
8
concordance 
................................................................................................................................... 162
9
creating a database 
................................................................................................................................... 164
10
example of key words 
................................................................................................................................... 165
11
key key-word definition 
................................................................................................................................... 165
12
key-ness definition 
................................................................................................................................... 166
13
KeyWords database 
................................................................................................................................... 167
14
keywords database related clusters 
................................................................................................................................... 167
15
KeyWords: advice 
................................................................................................................................... 168
16
KeyWords: calculation 
................................................................................................................................... 169
17
KeyWords clusters 
................................................................................................................................... 170
18
KeyWords: links 
................................................................................................................................... 171
19
make a word list from keywords data 
................................................................................................................................... 172
20
p value 
................................................................................................................................... 172
21
plot calculation 
................................................................................................................................... 172
22
plot display 
................................................................................................................................... 174
23
regrouping clumps 
................................................................................................................................... 174
24
re-sorting: KeyWords 
................................................................................................................................... 175
25
the key words screen 
................................................................................................................................... 176
26
WordSmith controller: KeyWords settings 
Part IX
WordList
180
................................................................................................................................... 180
1
purpose 
................................................................................................................................... 180
2
index 
................................................................................................................................... 181
3
comparing wordlists 
................................................................................................................................... 182
4
merging wordlists 
................................................................................................................................... 182
5
comparison display 
................................................................................................................................... 184
6
consistency analysis (detailed) 
WordSmith Tools
V
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................................................................................................................................... 187
7
detailed consistency relations 
................................................................................................................................... 188
8
consistency analysis (simple) 
................................................................................................................................... 188
9
compute key words 
................................................................................................................................... 189
10
find filenames 
................................................................................................................................... 190
11
Lemmas (joining words) 
......................................................................................................................................................... 190
what are lemmas and how do we join words? 
......................................................................................................................................................... 191
auto-joining lemmas 
......................................................................................................................................................... 192
choosing lemma file 
................................................................................................................................... 194
12
WordList Index 
......................................................................................................................................................... 194
what is an Index for? 
......................................................................................................................................................... 194
making a WordList Index 
......................................................................................................................................................... 196
index clusters 
......................................................................................................................................................... 200
join clusters 
......................................................................................................................................................... 201
index lists: viewing 
......................................................................................................................................................... 203
index exporting 
................................................................................................................................... 204
13
menu search 
................................................................................................................................... 205
14
relationships between words 
......................................................................................................................................................... 205
mutual information and other relations 
......................................................................................................................................................... 206
relationships display 
......................................................................................................................................................... 208
relationships computing 
................................................................................................................................... 212
15
recompute tokens 
................................................................................................................................... 213
16
re-sorting: consistency lists 
................................................................................................................................... 213
17
statistics 
......................................................................................................................................................... 213
statistics 
......................................................................................................................................................... 216
summary statistics 
................................................................................................................................... 218
18
stop-lists and match-lists 
................................................................................................................................... 219
19
import words from text list 
................................................................................................................................... 221
20
type/token ratios 
................................................................................................................................... 222
21
case sensitivity 
................................................................................................................................... 223
22
minimum & maximum settings 
................................................................................................................................... 223
23
sort order 
................................................................................................................................... 224
24
WordList and tags 
................................................................................................................................... 226
25
WordList display 
................................................................................................................................... 230
26
WordSmith controller: WordList settings 
................................................................................................................................... 234
27
WordSmith controller: Index settings 
Part X
Utility Programs
237
................................................................................................................................... 237
1
Convert Data from Previous Versions 
......................................................................................................................................................... 237
Convert Data from Previous Versions 
................................................................................................................................... 237
2
WebGetter 
......................................................................................................................................................... 237
overview 
......................................................................................................................................................... 238
settings 
......................................................................................................................................................... 239
display 
......................................................................................................................................................... 241
limitations 
................................................................................................................................... 242
3
Corpus Corruption Detector 
VI
Contents
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......................................................................................................................................................... 242
Aim 
......................................................................................................................................................... 242
How it works 
................................................................................................................................... 244
4
Languages Chooser 
......................................................................................................................................................... 244
Overview 
......................................................................................................................................................... 245
Language 
......................................................................................................................................................... 247
Font 
......................................................................................................................................................... 247
Sort Order 
......................................................................................................................................................... 248
Other Languages 
......................................................................................................................................................... 249
saving your choices 
................................................................................................................................... 249
5
Minimal Pairs 
......................................................................................................................................................... 249
aim 
......................................................................................................................................................... 249
requirements 
......................................................................................................................................................... 250
choosing your files 
......................................................................................................................................................... 250
output 
......................................................................................................................................................... 251
rules and settings 
......................................................................................................................................................... 252
running the program 
................................................................................................................................... 252
6
File Viewer 
......................................................................................................................................................... 252
Using File Viewer 
................................................................................................................................... 254
7
File Utilities 
......................................................................................................................................................... 254
index 
......................................................................................................................................................... 255
Splitter 
.................................................................................................................................................. 255
Splitter: index
.................................................................................................................................................. 255
aim of Splitter
.................................................................................................................................................. 256
Splitter: filenames
.................................................................................................................................................. 256
Splitter: wildcards
......................................................................................................................................................... 257
join text files 
......................................................................................................................................................... 258
compare two files 
......................................................................................................................................................... 259
file chunker 
......................................................................................................................................................... 259
find duplicates 
......................................................................................................................................................... 260
rename 
................................................................................................................................... 262
8
Text Converter 
......................................................................................................................................................... 262
purpose 
......................................................................................................................................................... 263
Text Converter: index 
......................................................................................................................................................... 263
Text Converter: extracting from files 
......................................................................................................................................................... 265
Text Converter: settings 
......................................................................................................................................................... 267
Text Converter: syntax 
......................................................................................................................................................... 268
Convert within the text file 
......................................................................................................................................................... 270
Convert format of entire text files 
......................................................................................................................................................... 275
Text Converter filtering: move if 
......................................................................................................................................................... 277
Text Converter: copy to 
......................................................................................................................................................... 277
Text Converter: sample conversion file 
.................................................................................................................................................. 278
Text Converter conversion file
................................................................................................................................... 278
9
Viewer and Aligner 
......................................................................................................................................................... 278
purpose 
......................................................................................................................................................... 279
index 
......................................................................................................................................................... 280
aligning with Viewer & Aligner 
......................................................................................................................................................... 280
example of aligning 
......................................................................................................................................................... 283
aligning and moving 
......................................................................................................................................................... 283
editing 
......................................................................................................................................................... 284
languages 
......................................................................................................................................................... 284
numbering sentences & paragraphs 
......................................................................................................................................................... 284
options 
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VII
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......................................................................................................................................................... 285
reading in a plain text 
......................................................................................................................................................... 287
sentence joining and splitting 
......................................................................................................................................................... 287
settings 
......................................................................................................................................................... 288
technical aspects 
......................................................................................................................................................... 288
translation mis-matches 
......................................................................................................................................................... 289
troubleshooting 
......................................................................................................................................................... 289
unusual sentences 
................................................................................................................................... 290
10
WSConcGram 
......................................................................................................................................................... 290
aims of WSConcGram 
......................................................................................................................................................... 291
definition of a concgram 
......................................................................................................................................................... 292
WSConcGram Settings 
......................................................................................................................................................... 293
generating concgrams 
......................................................................................................................................................... 295
viewing concgrams 
......................................................................................................................................................... 300
filtering concgrams 
......................................................................................................................................................... 302
exporting concgrams 
................................................................................................................................... 303
11
Character Profiler 
......................................................................................................................................................... 303
purpose 
......................................................................................................................................................... 303
profiling text 
......................................................................................................................................................... 306
profiling settings 
Part XI
Reference
308
................................................................................................................................... 308
1
32-bit version 
................................................................................................................................... 308
2
acknowledgements 
................................................................................................................................... 309
3
API 
................................................................................................................................... 309
4
bibliography 
................................................................................................................................... 310
5
bugs 
................................................................................................................................... 311
6
change language 
................................................................................................................................... 312
7
Character Sets 
......................................................................................................................................................... 312
overview 
......................................................................................................................................................... 312
accents & symbols 
................................................................................................................................... 313
8
clipboard 
................................................................................................................................... 316
9
contact addresses 
................................................................................................................................... 317
10
date format 
................................................................................................................................... 317
11
Definitions 
......................................................................................................................................................... 317
definitions 
......................................................................................................................................................... 318
word separators 
................................................................................................................................... 318
12
demonstration version 
................................................................................................................................... 318
13
drag and drop 
................................................................................................................................... 318
14
edit v. type-in mode 
................................................................................................................................... 319
15
file extensions 
................................................................................................................................... 320
16
finding source texts 
................................................................................................................................... 320
17
folders\directories 
................................................................................................................................... 322
18
formulae 
................................................................................................................................... 324
19
HistoryList 
................................................................................................................................... 324
20
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