Vocabulary Actions (?)
Select the actions to be performed on the inputted text or vocabulary list.
The 'analyse' functions will give you statistics such as word counts, and for the HSK options how many words/characters you know at each HSK level.
The 'suggest' options show how the highest frequency words or characters that you don't know.
Analyse HSK words
Analyse HSK characters
Suggest HSK words
Suggest HSK characters
Suggest words using input characters
Annotated Version (?)
These options will output a version of your source text with popup information giving HSK levels, frequency stroke and radical information, etc.
The words/characters are also clickable, with the links taking you to a full dictionary entry. In addition, words/characters are coloured by HSK level.
Input Options (?)
Choose one word/character per line when the input is a vocabulary list from Skritter or a flashcard text file. Anything after first whitespace on each line ignored.
Comma/whitespace separated will use the characters ,;| or any whitespace to separate the words in your input.
If pasting text from a web page or document use the 'Big block of text' option. This option is less precise, as word breaks have to be determined by this tool.
One word/character per line
Big block of text
Output List Options (?)
The Comma Separated option will output comma separated words/characters, with no frequency information (the other two options will be ignored).
The other two otions add frequency information to the listboxes of hanzi characters that are output.
With the frequency index, 1 is the highest frequency word/character, and higher values are less frequent.
The raw word/character frequency is the actual frequency reported by SUBTLEX-CH, with higher values being more
frequent, which helps to understand the relative frequency of each character.
Add frequency index
Add raw frequency
This edit box is for the vocabulary list or block of text that you wish to analyse. Choose the format of your list using by selecting the appropriate value from the 'Input Options' section above.
To help to resolve ambiguous words when analysing a block of text, place a | character (vertical bar) between words.