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Software for Multi-Lingual UTF8/Unicode Text Analysis
Zipf 2.0© is a java application for performing analysis of multi-lingual text using a co-occurrence semantic text/content analysis (Harris, 1957; Hildum, 1963), traditional frequency distributions (Zipf, 1935) and learning/forgetting concepts. Controls are provided for exclusion / replacement of characters / tokens, learning and forgetting rates, window size and slide rate, directionality, and distance within window.

MDSJ (Brandes & Pich, 2007) - a Java Library for Riemann-Space (non-Euclidean) multidimensional scaling - is used to provide coordinate generation with controls for the number of dimensions to use.

WARNING: This software is no longer supported and has been replaced by the USNAA application.
Documentation and PublicationsSoftware Downloads
Version 2.0 Documentation - pdf Version 2.0 Java - Windows / Linux
Borgatti, S.P., Everett, M.G. and Freeman, L.C. 2002. Ucinet for Windows: Software for Social Network Analysis. Harvard, MA: Analytic Technologies.

Brandes, U. and Pich, C., Eigensolver Methods for Progressive Multidimensional Scaling of Large Data. Proc. 14th Intl. Symp. * Graph Drawing (GD ’06). LNCS 4372, pp. 42-53. ©Springer-Verlag, 2007.

Harris, Z. S. (1957). "Co-Occurrence and Transformation in Linguistic Structure." Language 33(3): 283-340.

Hildum, D. C. (1963). "Semantic Analysis of Texts by Computer." Linguistic Society of America 39(4): 649-653.

Zipf, G. K. (1935). The Psycho-Biology of Language, An Introduction to Dynamic Philology. Cambridge, MA, The Riverside Press.

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