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Special Readability Analyses

In addition to calculating accurate reading levels of your documents, both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS have these special features:


New Dale-Chall Formula
Published in 1995, the “new” Dale-Chall readability formula uses an updated word list and table-lookup procedure in determining readability scores. Generally considered to be one of the most accurate readability formulas - the new Dale-Chall formula is especially useful in scoring books, pamphlets, news articles... plus a wide variety of everyday reading materials. The New Dale-Chall Formula supports the scoring of materials in either of two modes - quick and approximate, or methodical and precise. You may use either mode - whichever best fits your accuracy requirements and time constraints.

All Data On One Screen
Both readability programs display all data on one screen for easy viewing and printing; this includes text, score, difficult word list, word and sentence counts, etc.

Proper Nouns
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) proper nouns in personal and place names, and all other proper nouns.

Compound Words
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) compound words, such as "downswing" and "downtrodden."

Hyphenated Words
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) hyphenated words, such as "long-lived" and "jack-o-lantern."

Numeric Values
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) numeric values, such as "123" and "123,000."

Monetary Values
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) monetary values, such as "$150.33" and "1500.33."

Abbreviations
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) abbreviations, such as "gal." and "yd." and "etc."

Expressions of Time
Both readability programs can distinguish between (and treat differently) expressions of time, such as "1 P.M." and "1:15 P.M."

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