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Version 8.4

Online Reference Manual
12th edition, May 2013


Table of contents

CHAPTER 1 - Analyzing a text
Saving a document in "text" format
Starting a text analysis
Examining the text
Displaying the context of a proposition
What is the text Style?
Most Characteristic Parts of text
Reference fields
References: what is the text about?
Actors (actants and acted)
Which elements are frequently connected?
Which word categories are frequently used?
Displaying all word categories
Lists of verbs and adjectives
Episodes and Bundles
Analysis options
Note on Equivalent classes
Printing the results
Equivalent classes and Relations graphs
Bundles and Episodes graphs
General operation of graphs
Graph properties
Copying the graph
Copying the selected text
Changing the colors
Finding a word
Report writer
Gephi GEXF exports
CHAPTER 2 - Semantic Scenarios
Creating Semantic Networks
Adding words or senses to the Scenario
Managing Semantic Groups in the Scenario
Connecting an Equivalent class to a Semantic Group
Displaying the content of the Scenario
Scenario management
Terminology extraction
CHAPTER 3 - Borders
Corpus segmentation
Creating Borders
Borders files
CHAPTER 4 - Introduction to text analysis
How Tropes operates
Propositional hashing
Ambiguity solving
Word categories
Statistical, probabilistic and cognitive analyses
Equivalent classes and Relations between equivalents
Reflections on the size of the texts
Analysis of heterogeneous utterances: open questions, dispatches, enumerations, etc
The processing of substantial textual corpora
Analysis of discourses and conversations
Literary studies
Comparing two texts
CHAPTER 5 - Appendixes
File conversions


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See also:
Tropes Quick Guide


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