LexFreq has started as a task project for the Linguistic Research course at UGR on 17th of October, 2016. Initially LexFreq was created to prove that the words within the frequency list have semantical relatives within a close range (-+10). As of version 0.9, you can conduct various experiments on LexFreq such as:
Hello I'm Tuğrul from Istanbul, Turkey. I am a computational linguist who is doing a MA degree on sentiment analysis and opinion mining at the University of Granada, Spain. As of October 2016, I am the only developer LexFreq. In the past five years I have created some professional sotfwares in the languages of C, C# and Phyton, I also love to mix it up with Html, Jquery and latest web technologies. I have supervised some intelligent software systems and led the teams that created corporate analyze and report tools, online transactions and e-commerce. I love analyzing and "messing around" with big data, as it usually contains many surprises to the trained eyes. Do you have something to say about LexFreq? Do you need help in developing a software on linguistics? Feel free to contact me at my personal e-mail, or my university e-mail.
LexFreq is a free-to-use program. I have some further plans to develop it of which you can check at Roadmap and Development. However development takes time and server management which costs money, and I am a graduate student with low income. Would you like to help me develop it further? Donations will surely motivate me in developing LexFreq and other linguistic tools! (Dear Prof. Valera, please note that you cannot donate less than 5€ :))