Software for text analysis gives you better insight into electronic texts.
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Concordance, text analysis and concordancing software, was launched on 1 January 1999 and became unavailable for download or purchase on 1 January 2016 because of compatibility issues after then-recent updates to Windows. I shall not be able to offer a revised version in the future. Meanwhile, existing registered users of the software may of course continue to use it indefinitely and may get in touch if necessary. This is a new email address as of January 2023.

If you did not purchase a licence to use Concordance when it was on sale, please don't use your valuable time asking me whether you can now obtain the software, as the answer is no.

I thank all registered users for their kind and courteous support over the 17 years Concordance was in widespread use in more than 70 countries.

- R.J.C. Watt. Last update 1 January 2023.

"The doyen of concordance programs" - Tim Nott, Personal Computer World

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