Leximancer Leximancer, a Java program developed at the University of Queensland, uses an algorithm based in Bayesian statistics to generate concept maps, automatically grouping words, i.e., character strings into suggested clusters of meaning. Leximancer works with any language that uses Latinic characters.
SphinxSurvey (Lexica Edition) SphinxSurvey, a program that is initially designed to develop web surveys, allows you also to perform text statistics, lemmatizations and concordances, and to develop and maintain dictionaries. It also computes several text scores on "length, richness, banality, and intensity" of texts. Finally, it allows for efficient text searches.
T-LAB T-LAB computes concordances and maps document structures.
VBPro VBPro is a set of programs, which inter alia perform word frequency counts, concordances, and automatic quantitative codings. Its subprogram VBMap helps to quantitatively detect frames by mapping keywords that are characteristic for these frames. Subsequently, these mappings can be analyzed with hierarchical cluster analysis via SPSS. A low frequency mailing list for VBPro exists.
AntConc Freeware concordancer with some customization features and an intuitive interface for data export.
Concordance Concordance's application is not language-specific. The program inter alia performs lemmatizations, computes word counts, and produces concordances. The resulting data might then be used for qualitative analyses or further explorations with statistical packages.
TAPoRware TAPoRware computes word counts, collocations and concordances on TXT, HTML, and XML files. It can be used online, its offline installation is tricky. Currently, several functions are still misconfigured.