New Software in the HRC

A variety of new software has recently been installed in the HRC.

Abbyy FineReader – OCR software that allows scans, PDFs and digital photographs into searchable and editable documents.

AntConc – A concordance program that lets you create word lists and search natural language text files for words, phrases, and patterns.

Final Draft – Is  specifically designed for writing movie scripts, television episodes, and stage plays. It combines word processing with professional script formatting.

Gephi – Is open-source software for visualizing and analyzing large networks graphs.

Office Proofing Tools – Installed for a variety of languages allows you to check spelling or grammar, hyphenate text and look up words in the thesaurus.

Oxygen XML Editor – This editor will provide full operational support of schemas, XSL, XSLT, XQuery and XPath.  It is designed to test documents for validity, color code elements, number lines, highlight syntax errors and more.

Scrivener – A content-generation tool for writers that allows you to concentrate on composing and structuring long and difficult documents. Scrivener provides the tools you need to prepare your manuscript for submission or self-publishing.

For more information about these programs and many more stop by the HRC and speak to one of our staff members.

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