Thanks for the reply, have tried again and this time I get this message:
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So I hope you will check up on the analyzer again. I tested from my Mac (2015 model) and the text I used was an excerpt from Dracula I found on the Gutenberg project website, standard copy paste. I really want to use this tool, hope you can get it to work.
Thanks for your prompt response, sorry I have not been able to reply earlier. I am very pleased to let you know that I have finally got it to work with success! Tested it again on Dracula from Gutenberg Project and on another random text. Both worked fine! I look forward to using it more!
Yes, good to have such a tool. I also have a special text analysis programme for Chinese that I can run offline. It is very fast and can process several gigabites of text in minutes. I am currently working on an edition of an ancient Chinese text by Sunzi on the Art of War. It is the oldest work on military strategy so far known.
Depth of expressions used, frequency of occurrence, word or Chinese charater list with portions of text where the character /word entry actually occurs (works a bit like a concordance); words used in context can disambiguate shadesd of meaning, expecially in classical Chinese texts from several thousand years ago which usually are very "vague" in that respect. A good way to analysis for purposes of translation and analysing what the original author actually wanted to say.
The text I was using was Sunzi's Art of War (Sunzi Bingfa); I am currently working on a book focusing on that topic; it will include the original Chinese text, and English translation and a Chinese-English glossary.