TextQuest is program for the analysis of texts. It offers a varity of analyses, from a simple word list up to a content analysis or readability analysis. The menus use common defaults, so clicking the OK-button starts the analyis. A line counter in the left lower corner shows the progress of the selected analysis. The results are stored in files, these can be made visible in the results menu. The files are plain text files that can be easily processed with other software. A log file contains all information what analysis was performed at which date and time on which data (excluding sort tasks). The current log data are appended to the log file.
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