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Counting Most Frequently Used Words

Counting Most Frequently Used Words
Wordcounter

    WordCounter is a web tool where you can cut and paste a body of text to the text boxes and counts the most frequently used words in the text. This is a quick tool for making sure the text does not contains any overuse words.

    Wordcounter ranks the most frequently used words in any given body of text. Use this to see what words you overuse (is everything a “solution” for you?) or maybe just to find some keywords from a document.

    Wordcounter is useful for writers, editors, students, and anyone who thinks that they might be speaking redundantly or repetitively — and it’s free! Eventually, I’m going to expand it so that you can upload documents, but not yet.

    Simple, but useful!

    WordCounter

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