Re: [Clip] Text statistics
- On Tue, 11 Jan 2005 17:22:41 -0000, cllip04 <cllip04@...> wrote:
>Could you simply write a clip to clean up the document before running
> I'm new to the group, and fairly new to clip programming. One thing
> that I have long wanted to change in NoteTab is the Text Statistics
> feature because it counts all punctuation marks and numbers as words,
> and this is not something I want it to do; even though I can remove
> the punctuation marks and numbers from the list produced, this upsets
> the calculation of the percentages. What I'd like to be able to do is
> either customize the Text Statistics function, or write a clip that
> will look at the text in a file (even better if it could look at a
> number of files at once) and then produce statistics on the word count
> based on alphabetical character strings only. Even better, the script
> could be easily customised to allow a calculation of the number of
> alphabetical character strings only, or on alphabetical character
> strings plus numerical character strings only, etc.
> My question is: has anyone done this already? I searched the archives
> and found no mention of text statistics, but I am still hoping that
> there might be someone out there (always live in hope!) who has
> already produced a clip or who knows a way of customizing NoteTab that
> would do the things that I want to do.
> Regards to one and all
the statistics, and restore it after?
Josh Simmons - CK