The PrimerPrep program is designed to help you easily analyze texts in a language to discover the letters and words it uses and to determine how frequently they occur. PrimerPrep suggests an order for introducing letters in a primer based on their frequency, and allows you to modify the order with a simple drag-and-drop. Each time the order changes, PrimerPrep immediately recalculates and shows you the words that can be formed in each lesson.
Note: On some computers, when you start PrimerPrep it takes a little while to open the window. So when you first start the program, please be patient! It usually seems to start faster on subsequent runs.
As of Version 1.04, PrimerPrep has a French interface as well as English, and remembers the program selections for subsequent runs. There is a new option in the Configure menu to treat combining diacritics as separate characters. This might be important in languages where accents represent tone and are treated as a segment above the letters.
Initial steps with PrimerPrep (Extracted from the help file)
At a basic level, the PrimerPrep program is very simple to use. All you need to do is select Add Texts... from the File menu,... Read more