Concordance - What you can see and do


You have a listing showing all the concordance lines in a window. You can scroll up and down and left or right with the mouse or with the cursor keys.


tog_minus        Sort the lines


The Columns

These show the details for each entry: the entry number, the concordance line, set, tag, word-position (e.g. 1st word in the text is 1), paragraph and sentence position, source text file name, and how far into the file it comes (as a percentage). See below for an explanation of the purple blobs. The statistics are computed automatically based on the language settings.


tog_minus        Set


tog_minus        Tag


More context?


tog_minus        Stretching the display to see more


tog_minus        Stretch one line to see more context


tog_minus        Viewing the original text-file


Other things you may wonder about

tog_minus        Weird purple marks


tog_minus        Status bar


See also:        

Re-sorting your concordance lines        

Follow-up searches

User-defined categories        

Altering the View        

Blanking out the search-word

Padding the search-word with spaces (use the search-word padding menu item to put a space on each side of the search-word)        

Collocation (words in the neighbourhood of the search-word)        

Plot (plots where the search-word came in the texts)        

Clusters (groups of words in your concordance)

Text segments in Concord        

Editing the concordance


Zapping entries        

Saving and printing        

Window Management        

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