A word list's statistics give you data about the corpus, but you may need more specific information about individual words in a word list too.
How many end in -ly?
to get something like this:
There is no limit on the searches:
A cumulative count adds up scores on another column of data apart from the one you are processing for your search. The columns in this window are for numerical data only. Select one and ensure activated is ticked.
In this example, a word-list was computed and a search was made of 4 common word endings (and one ridiculous one). For -LY there are 2,084 types, with a total of 41,886 tokens in this corpus. -ITY and -NESS are found at the ends of fairly similar numbers of word-types, but -ITY has many more tokens in these data.
See the example for Concord
see the explanation for count data frequencies.