Voyant Facts

Voyant Tools (voyant-tools.org) is a text analysis environment developed by Stéfan Sinclair and Geoffrey Rockwell. Version 2.0 was released in April 2016 to coincide with the publication of Hermeneutica. Voyant allows you to paste in, upload or link to texts or collections of texts and then analyze them using multiple tools (21) in panels that are composed into views. Documentation is available at http://voyant-tools.org/docs/#!/guide .

Voyant has been translated into 9 other languages including Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, French and Serbian (http://voyant-tools.org/docs/#!/guide/languages). It is free and open source so you can download and run locally the full version of VoyantServer (https://github.com/sgsinclair/VoyantServer).

In October of 2016 there were 81,686 page views of Voyant from 156 countries that represent 1,173,252 tool invocations just on the main server. VoyantServer 2.0 has in turn been downloaded over 2,000 times. Some of the international servers (other than ours) being run include:

Further links to projects, reviews, course outlines and other documents references Voyant can be found at: http://docs.voyant-tools.org/about/examples-gallery/ .