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Can you recommend tool where I can import text and get result list with words according their frequency in text. Aim to import Chinese subtitles learn most frequent words and then watch movie.

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  • This question seems more fitting for stackoverflow.com, as it is a question more about technology than Chinese specific
    – user3871
    Commented Dec 8, 2014 at 16:30
  • nop... It has nothing to do with programming. Such tools exist I am sure. f.e. Chinese Toolbox 13 has similar tool. But I prefer free and online. Commented Dec 8, 2014 at 16:37
  • @Growler it's not fitting for Stackoverflow because OP is asking for a tool. It will get closed as off-topic
    – Huangism
    Commented Dec 8, 2014 at 18:29
  • I know xunsearch provides a good engine for Chinese analyses, but it seems they don't provide a formal website to do that, you need to call their api by yourself. Anyway, they have a demo that may meet your requirement -- just paste your text in the large text box, tick the check box before 只看统计, modify the number 10 after it to list more results (it even provides a text box for you to input what word class you want to exclude, ~v means "exclude verbs"), and then click "submit". You may have a try.
    – Stan
    Commented Dec 8, 2014 at 19:01

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Boris, try this one: http://www.zhongguosou.com/zonghe/cipintongji.aspx

The UI is in Chinese, you may have to figure out how to use it. I tried it myself. It is not user friendly. But this is the only one I found so far.

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  • after few tries I got exactly what I need. Thanks! Commented Dec 9, 2014 at 12:38
  • Its hangs with error and not ordering (even with ordering option ON though) Commented Dec 9, 2014 at 13:22
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Python package "jieba" (结巴) should be a good alternative if you want to process a lot of text. This package can split sentences into words and then what you need to do is only counting.

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