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LeBlanc, Mark
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2015-10-02
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stylometry , computational thinking , text analysis , Lexomics
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Python/Flask-based website for text analysis workflow. The Lexomics Research Group develops the Lexos text analysis tool. (This file is a .zip of the software repository as of 01/08/2018; most recent versions can be found on our github site). The role of Lexos is to help readers of literature identify and explore patterns in texts, thereby opening up new questions and new avenues of research. Lexos provides an integrated workflow of pre-processing, analytical, and visualization tools which allow students and scholars of literature to detect and explore patterns in their texts. Lexos functions as an entry-level environment for Lexomics scholarship. The tools are simple enough to be used easily by the casual student, but powerful enough for the advanced professor to use in creating new knowledge and insight. The software is freely available for use online and it may also be downloaded and installed locally for better performance.
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Kleinman, S., LeBlanc, M.D., Drout, M., and Zhang, C. (2018). Lexos v3.1.1.
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