I blogged recently about EditMinion, which is an excellent automatic editor for short-stories.
But what if we want an overview of our vocabulary, sentence structure data, and how we’re going with our overall paper? Although EditMinion is a wonderful tool for fiction writers and repeating words, it fails to do much else.
This is where PaperRater comes in.
If I’m not mistaken, I discovered this tool/website before EditMinion. Math is my thing: love the numbers. So if you do as well, this will be a dream come true.
Here is are some of the features:
- Spelling (underlined in red)
- Grammar (underlined in green)
- Bad Phrase Score (the number of inappropriate words, phrases and cliches found in the paper)
- Sentence length (average numbers of words, short/long sentences, questions, etc)
This is particularly useful for all kinds of literature. Although I haven’t used half of the following, I assume different characteristics will be pointed out for varying text-types.
- Business Correspondence
- Personal Narrative
- Research Paper
- Book Report
- Lab Report
- Short Story
- Movie Review
And though it’s free today, it may not be tomorrow, so check it out!