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word cloud

n.
A graphic representation of words, typically those used in a document or website, in which the words are arranged artistically in close proximity and the size of each word's type is proportional to the word's frequency or to the size of a numeric variable associated with the word, such as the population associated with the name of a country.
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Sitemorse also provides a word cloud for posts over the last week, month or year (also available as a table), which indicates the frequency with which brand names and campaigns are mentioned.
If you were organising an event celebrating dyslexia," writes our spotter -- who attended just such an event in the UK, Theatre Deli's 'Great minds think different: celebrating dyslexia, by exceptional people' -- "would you use a word cloud as your logo?
There are simple one such as word cloud (tag cloud) to more complicating outputs such as time series graph, network analysis graph, and Dendrogram.
The word Cloud Computing is also more commonly used to refer to network-based services which are used to provide a real server hardware, which in fact is served up by virtual hardware, simulated by software running on one or more real machines.
A Brief Look at Key Free Tools Concordle is a free, web-based word cloud and concordance tool built in JavaScript and self-described as the "Not so pretty cousin of Wordle.
The last two sections provide activities to reinforce learning including creating a word cloud filled with relevant descriptive words and ideas for creating Eid greetings cards The importance remains in having books such as this which both inform and celebrate cultural and religious differences in our multi-cultural society.
Try copying and pasting the job description into an online word cloud creation service (like Wordle.
The use of the word cloud in their names dates back to the days when these two galaxies were believed simply to be clouds drifting in space - a misconception that continued until improved telescopes increased our understanding.
Cruz acknowledged as much in his remarks Thursday morning, recalling how he stumbled on an article with a word cloud showing the most frequently used terms in convention speeches Wednesday night versus other nights.
A word cloud based on everything that has been uttered in the wake of England's phenomenally hopeless exit from Euro 2016 would feature as its key words 'manager' and 'passion' as everyone stopped either worrying about or delighting in the referendum result and mourned instead this latest, greatest footballing embarrassment.
The technology creates an easy-to-use subject index and also a word cloud that hyperlink to the exact spot in the video where that concept is being discussed.