N-Gram Word Frequency Counter for Various Languages  

  Introduction

This word frequency counter app displays the frequency usage of n-gram (n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...) word(s) of the given text according to the user's needs. A 1-gram (or monogram or unigram) is a one-word sequence. A 2-gram (or bigram or digram) is a two-word sequence of words, like "I love," "United States, or "Latin America." And a 3-gram (or trigram) is a three-word sequence of words like "I love reading," "about data science" or "New York Times," and so on.
  Choose the main language of your text and click the [Start] button:
English (default)  Arabic  Burmese  Czech  Danish  Farsi (Persian)  French 
German  Hindi  Indonesian  Italian  Korean  Portuguese  Russian 
Spanish  Tagalog  Thai  Turkish  Vietnamese   ♦ Chinese   ♦ Japanese 

(Note: Basically, a white space is used as a word boundary delimiter in counting word(s) frequency. As for languages not using space such as Chinese and Japanese, it is not simple to detect word boundaries. Counting words for such languages are under development.)