You load something you’ve written into it, and it gives you a visual representation of the frequency of your words. The bigger the word, the more you use it. You can then click on the randomize button, and it will show you different configurations. It’s different pictures of your words!
I loaded my entire blog just for the fun of it. This is what I came up with.
I guess I use the word “like” a lot. Tee Hee. “Brian” and “Mom” must appear because of my “Cricket Riders” posting.
As Kristina suggested, this has a practical use, too. You can upload a chapter of your novel, and see if you overuse any words. This is what I came up with when I loaded Chapter 4 of my novel. If you want to see it bigger, click on the picture.
It’s dead on, because Magellan is the main character, and Meagan is the only other person in the scene. They are talking to each other through a locked door, and he is begging her to “please” don’t go.
This could be addictive. Great idea, Kristina!
- Repeated Words (kristinastanley.net)
- Find: Wordle.net (nicoleclaybaugh.wordpress.com)
- My New Obsession… (bloominginwashington.wordpress.com)