All previous releases of AntConc can be found at the following link.
<.exe> files are for Windows.
<.zip> files are for Macintosh OS X.
<.tar.gz> files are for Linux.
The latest development versions of AntConc are below.
Screenshots of different versions of AntConc.
Latest Help file
- YouTube Tutorials (by Laurence Anthony)
- YouTube Tutorials (by Monika Bednarek)
- YouTube Tutorials (by Hyun Jung)
- Youku Tutorials (by Laurence Anthony)
- Guide by Warren Tang (Hiroshima University, Japan)
- Guide by Taku Kaneta and Akira Murakami (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan)
- Help file translations
My current tentative plans. If you would like see others, please
feel free to suggest them on the
AntConc Discussion group.
- Drag and drop file handling.
- Add the ability to save the results from the 'Plot' tool to an image file.
- Generate sampled results (e.g., Every Nth hit in KWIC).
- Add more statistical measures
- Allow more file import types (e.g., PDF)
- Redesign the database architecture to handle massive corpora.
- Improve tag handling (XML/Part-Of-Speech/...)
- Add Concgrams (Wildcard/Regex context search) option
- Simplify token definition settings
- Allow localization of interface
|Plans for 2015
- Your suggestions come here...
Use the following method to cite/reference AntConc according to the APA style guide:
Word frequency lists
These lists can be imported into AntConc and used as reference corpora word lists to create keyword lists.
- British National Corpus (BNC) frequency lists.
- BE06 corpus and AME06 corpus frequency lists. Developed by Paul Baker. For more information on the design of the corpora behind these lists, see Paul Baker's homepage.
- Brown Corpus frequency lists.
Lemma list. These can be imported into AntConc to create lemma word lists.
Books/papers/websites related to AntConc
References to works citing AntConc can by found on Google Scholar here.