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README.md

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Sciveyor

Status: Active Version: v4.0.0-alpha License: MIT Production Site Issue Tracker Docs: Portal Docs: User Manual Docs: API Reference

(Note: This README file describes the unreleased Git version, not the last release, which may be different. Select the appropriate release tag at the top left to see the README for the version you're using.)

Sciveyor is an application designed to let users perform complex searches as well as digital-humanities and text-mining analysis tasks on a corpus of journal articles.

Documentation Portal

For information about Sciveyor's features, please consult the user manual, which you can find at our documentation portal online.

Contributors / Support

Thanks to everyone who has contributed code, translations, and ideas to Sciveyor! For a full list of our thanks and acknowledgments over the long development history of Sciveyor, please visit our thanks page on the developer documentation portal. Our fantastic logo was designed by Miles Bensky.

Charles Pence was supported in the development of Sciveyor by the Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique - FNRS under grant no. F.4526.19. For the previous versions of Sciveyor (evoText and RLetters), Charles Pence and Grant Ramsey were supported by the National Science Foundation, HPS Scholars Award grant no. 1456573, and the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent), NSF grant no. EF-0905606.

FNRS National Science Foundation National Evolutionary Synthesis Ceter

Sciveyor © 2011–2022 Charles Pence. Sciveyor is licensed under the MIT license. Please see the COPYING document for more information.

The stop lists found in app/lib/sciveyor/analysis/stop_list are released under the BSD license by the Apache Solr project. The colors in app/lib/sciveyor/visualization/color_brewer are released by the ColorBrewer project under the Apache license.