Here is a picture of the words used most often in your document. Words used more often are bigger, and ones used less often are smaller. This picture, called a "word cloud", is helpful to get a sense of the most used words in a document.

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Top Words

Word Frequency
upon 10
man 7
made 5
women 5
us 5
young 4
story 4
men 4
lion 4
inkle 4
yarico 4
arietta 3
time 3
agreeable 3
old 3
without 3
person 3
great 3
every 3
day 3

Bigrams

bigram Frequency
of the 13
in the 10
in his 6
with the 5
to the 5
of his 5
out of 4
of her 4
on the 4
him a 4
him to 4
to a 4
should be 4
she is 3
the ephesian 3
from the 3
she was 3
you have 3
that the 3
him in 3

Trigrams

trigram Frequency
him to a 3
a woman of 2
woman of arietta's 2
of the ephesian 2
the ephesian matron 2
him in the 2
mr thomas inkle 2
he should be 2
the spectator no 1
spectator no 11 1
no 11 originally 1
11 originally printed 1
originally printed on 1
printed on tuesday 1
on tuesday march 1
tuesday march 13 1
march 13 1711 1
13 1711 this 1
1711 this edition 1
this edition transcribed 1

What do I do next?

Examining text data in this quantitative way can help you find stories to tell in your data. The fact that "ephesian" is a popular word is good to know, but combine that with the 1 use in the top 40 bigrams, and the 2 uses in the top 40 trigrams, to understand the context of how it is used. With that richer understanding of the context, you can sketch out a picture of why "ephesian" is so important in your text.

So grab some paper and some crayons and start drawing what you see! Check out our activity guide for more help on sketching out a story. Want to dig into the data more? Download all the word counts, bigrams, or trigrams and investigate why "could" is used 3 times!

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