tOKo 0.0.27 (2007/10/28)
The last edition of this page was on: 2014/09/22
The Completion level of this page is : Low
The last edition of this page was on: 2014/09/22 The Completion level of this page is : Low
|Tool version : tOKo 0.0.27 2007/10/28
Developed by :
Quoted from the tOko homepage (oct 2014)
- tOKo is an open source tool for text analysis and browsing a corpus of documents. It implements a wide variety of text analysis and browsing functions in an interactive user interface.
- An important application area of tOKo is ontology development. It supports both ontology construction from a corpus, as well as relating the ontology back to a corpus (for example by highlighting concepts from the ontology in a document).
- Another application area is community research. Here the objective is to analyse the exchange of information, for example in a community forum or through a collection of interconnected weblogs.
|Data mining type
|This tool is designed for general purpose analysis.
|This tool is designed for Text mining.
|Authors of this page consider that this tool is tool or download broken.
|Data import format
|Data export format
|HTML, Other, TXT.
|Tool objective(s) in the field of Learning Sciences
☑ Analysis & Visualisation of data
☑ Providing feedback for supporting instructors:
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")
|Tool is suitable for:
|System administration: BASIC
|Data mining models: MEDIUM
OTHER TOOL INFORMATION
|Quoted from the tOko homepage (oct 2014)
|Data mining methods and algorithms
|HTML, Other, TXT
|tool or download broken
Prior to using this application, you will have to install SWI-Prolog
- There exist binary packages for Win and Mac
- Under Ubuntu, type:
sudo apt-get install swi-prolog
As of oct 2014, the download page is broken and a new one cannot be found. The system (typical of many EU-funded projects) seems to be left alone ....