Now generates list of words used and their frequencies, grouped according to lexical class. Want to discover all the proper nouns or names in a document, for example?
Includes five major languages in depth: English, French, Spanish, German, and Russian. Here’s an app to explore its power, and a 20-language test file.
APLX, the OS X implementation of one of the oldest and most controversial computer languages, is no more. Long live Dyalog APL for OS X.
What OS X and browser support is there for Scottish Gaelic and other Celtic tongues?
Are there any cheap or free tools that might help me translate a large collection of French stories into English?
Tools to take two (or more) documents, work out the differences between them, reveal those in a manner which allows their review, and allow you to apply selected changes found in one document to the other.
Have you ever had a word processor freeze on you, trashing your work? Or has an editor asked you to make changes, then changed their mind again? You should use version control.
Once acquired, text needs to be structured and formatted. This guides you through different formats and editing options.
This second article considers how text is entered into your Mac: mainly by the keyboard, but also briefly covers speech and scanned input.
In the first of a series, this explains how Macs work with Unicode, how to get the best out of that, and how to fix its problems.