Electronic Text Analysis
Since 1992, the Electronic Text Center has existed as a virtual space where patrons inside and outside the University can come to browse and search extensive collections of electronic texts. In that time, the Electronic Text Center has also maintained a physical space and walk-in public lab to serve faculty, students, and staff in the creation and analysis of electronic texts for instructional, research, and personal needs.
In the area of textual analysis, Etext offers expertise and an array of software for different user needs including electronic collation, concordance creation, and general document analysis. Among the software Etext maintains is Collate2 and TACT 2.1.4.