JSTOR articles are now available! It is more important than ever to make sure that you run your analyses on the smallest set of data that is relevant for your research, to prevent out-of-memory failures (which are still under investigation).
An application designed to perform textual analyses on journal articles in the evolutionary sciences
Do you want to know…
…what terms authors working in a given area often use?
…what makes articles in one area of inquiry different from those in another?
…how the use of language in the journal literature has changed over time?
Then evoText is for you.
evoText is a software package designed to allow users to answer these kinds of complicated textual analysis questions, without having to fiddle with command-line software, data processing, or the nuts and bolts of methods.
An analysis of occurrence of ‘evolutionary ___’ bigrams
An analysis of the rise of ‘evolutionary dynamics’ in two journals
A network analysis of late-nineteenth century articles