Free Document Statistics tool to find the details of number of words, characters, sentences and paragraphs used in your content along with reading level, reading/speaking time and keyword density.
"Document Statistics" typically refer to various quantitative metrics or measurements associated with a document. In the context of different types of documents (such as text documents, web pages, or electronic files), document statistics may include information such as:
Other details include Title Length, Heading Count and information about the number of images / videos. Document statistics can be useful for various purposes, including content analysis, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), and assessing the overall structure and complexity of the document. Many word processing software, text editors, and online writing tools provide features to display these statistics, helping writers and editors analyze and improve their content. Additionally, website analytics tools may provide statistics specific to web pages, such as page views, time on page, and bounce rate.
Copy the text content from your article, paste it in the text box, wait for a moment and the tool will automatically calculate the document statistics for you. You can also copy the content from any popular webpage and check the details easily.
The tool will show lot of metrics under two categories:
Details - content statistics show number of words, sentences, characters and paragraphs used in your content. You can also find additional details like reading level, reading time and speaking time.
Keyword Density - This section shows the frequently used keywords in terms of % of total content. Click the 1x, 2x or 3x options to get density of single, two or three keywords. Check out free tool to find detailed keywords density of your content.
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