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Revision as of 19:34, 18 November 2014


Lexico

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Developed by: Equipe SYLED-CLA2T, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3
License: Commercial&Closed source
Web page : Tool homepage
Tool type : Application software

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The last edition of this page was on: 2014/11/18

The Completion level of this page is : Low


SHORT DESCRIPTION

[[has description::Quote from the Home page: “Lexico3 is the 2001 edition of the Lexico software, first published in 1990. Functions present from the first version (segmentation, concordances, breakdown in graphic form, characteristic elements and factorial analyses of repeated forms and segments) were maintained and for the most part significantly improved. The Lexico series is unique in that it allows the user to maintain control over the entire lexicometric process from initial segmentation to the publication of final results. Beyond identification of graphic forms, the software allows for study of the identification of more complex units composed of form sequences: repeated segments, pairs of forms in co-occurrences, etc which are less ambiguous than the graphic forms that make them up.”

A free version is available for "personal work", bottom of this page]]


TOOL CHARACTERISTICS

Usability

Authors of this page consider that this tool is '.

Tool orientation

This tool is designed for general purpose analysis.

Data mining type

This tool is made for Text mining.

Manipulation type

This tool is designed for Data transformation, Data analysis, Data visualisation, Data conversion, Data cleaning.

IMPORT FORMAT :

EXPORT FORMAT :


Tool objective(s) in the field of Learning Sciences

Analysis & Visualisation of data
Predicting student performance
Student modelling
Social Network Analysis (SNA)
Constructing courseware

Providing feedback for supporting instructors:
Recommendations for students
Grouping students:
Developing concept maps:
Planning/scheduling/monitoring
Experimentation/observation

Tool can perform:

  • Data extraction of type:
  • Transformation of type:
  • Data analysis of type: Data mining methods and algorithms
  • Data visualisation of type: (These visualisations can be interactive and updated in "real time")



ABOUT USERS

Tool is suitable for:

Students/Learners/Consumers
Teachers/Tutors/Managers
Researchers
Developers/Designers
Organisations/Institutions/Firms
Others

Required skills:

STATISTICS: N/A

PROGRAMMING: N/A

SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION: N/A

DATA MINING MODELS: N/A



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Tool version : Lexico
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Developed by : Equipe SYLED-CLA2T, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3
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Tool Web page : http://www.tal.univ-paris3.fr/lexico/
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Tool type : Application software
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Commercial&Closed source

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1 SHORT DESCRIPTION


Quote from the Home page: “Lexico3 is the 2001 edition of the Lexico software, first published in 1990. Functions present from the first version (segmentation, concordances, breakdown in graphic form, characteristic elements and factorial analyses of repeated forms and segments) were maintained and for the most part significantly improved. The Lexico series is unique in that it allows the user to maintain control over the entire lexicometric process from initial segmentation to the publication of final results. Beyond identification of graphic forms, the software allows for study of the identification of more complex units composed of form sequences: repeated segments, pairs of forms in co-occurrences, etc which are less ambiguous than the graphic forms that make them up.”

A free version is available for "personal work", bottom of this page

2 TOOL CHARACTERISTICS


Tool orientation Data mining type Usability
This tool is designed for general purpose analysis. This tool is designed for Text mining. Authors of this page consider that this tool is .
Data import format Data export format
. .
Tool objective(s) in the field of Learning Sciences

☑ Analysis & Visualisation of data
☑ Predicting student performance
☑ Student modelling
☑ Social Network Analysis (SNA)
☑ Constructing courseware

☑ Providing feedback for supporting instructors:
☑ Recommendations for students
☑ Grouping students:
☑ Developing concept maps:
☑ Planning/scheduling/monitoring
Experimentation/observation

Can perform data extraction of type:

Can perform data transformation of type:


Can perform data analysis of type:
Data mining methods and algorithms


Can perform data visualisation of type:
(These visualisations can be interactive and updated in "real time")


3 ABOUT USER


Tool is suitable for:
Students/Learners/Consumers:☑ Teachers/Tutors/Managers:☑ Researchers:☑ Organisations/Institutions/Firms:☑ Others:☑
Required skills:
Statistics: Programming: System administration: Data mining models:

4 OTHER TOOL INFORMATION


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Lexico
Commercial&Closed source
Equipe SYLED-CLA2T, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3
http://www.tal.univ-paris3.fr/lexico/
[[has description::Quote from the Home page: “Lexico3 is the 2001 edition of the Lexico software, first published in 1990. Functions present from the first version (segmentation, concordances, breakdown in graphic form, characteristic elements and factorial analyses of repeated forms and segments) were maintained and for the most part significantly improved. The Lexico series is unique in that it allows the user to maintain control over the entire lexicometric process from initial segmentation to the publication of final results. Beyond identification of graphic forms, the software allows for study of the identification of more complex units composed of form sequences: repeated segments, pairs of forms in co-occurrences, etc which are less ambiguous than the graphic forms that make them up.”

A free version is available for "personal work", bottom of this page]]

General analysis
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Application software
Text mining
Data transformation, Data analysis, Data visualisation, Data conversion, Data cleaning
Data mining methods and algorithms
Low

5 Links

Lebart, L. & Salem, A. (1994). Statistique Textuelle, Dunod, 344 p. Epuisé, accessible en ligne, http://www.tal.univ-paris3.fr/lexico/