Produces words clouds and mini-concordances from texts you paste in.
Just copy some text into a text box and CONCORDLE will create a text cloud. The more often a word appears, the larger it appears in the cloud. Every word is clickable - clicking on a word shows you how the word is used in the text.
Compleat Lexical Tutor’s Corpus Grammar Exercises—Developed by Tom Cobb. This page will show you how consulting a corpus can help you find and correct errors in collocations and lexical and grammatical structures. Read an error sentence—e.g., ‘He’s going to home”—and click on the “CONC” link to look up “home” in a corpus. See for yourself whether “go to home” is a common structure in English.
You can now input an entire text -- maybe a newspaper article that you've copied from a website, or something you've written -- and it will then give you detailed information about the words and phrases in the text. There's now no need to copy and paste individual words and phrases into the regular COCA interface -- just work seamlessly from your original text.