RESOURCE: Textal Text Analysis App 1

The University College London (UCL) Centre for Digital Humanities, in collaboration with the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, has released Textal. Textal is a free iOS app “that allows users to analyze documents, web pages and tweet streams, exploring the relationships between words in the text via an intuitive word cloud interface. The app generates visualizations and statics that can be shared without effort, which makes it a fun and useful tool for both research and play, bridging the gap between text analysis and mobile computing. We also see it as a public engagement activity for Digital Humanities.”

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