Create word clouds from text to discover topics that are mentioned most often in your documents, or brighten up a report. Either way, MonkeyLearn’s Word Cloud Generator can help you create a visual representation of your data in seconds.
Online word cloud generators enable you to create tag clouds with ease. However, some tools are more intuitive and accurate than others.
MonkeyLearn's AI-powered word cloud tool has a simple user interface, allowing you to gain accurate insights quickly and easily.
It’s a great text analysis tool to get started with. Equipped with advanced algorithms, MonkeyLearn’s word cloud generator automatically detects collocations (words that often go together), reduces words to their root form (a process known as stemming), and determine which words are most relevant.
Learn how to create word clouds from your data it in four simple steps, or watch our video tutorial:
Choose your text source and upload it to the word cloud tool by pasting text, or uploading a document. Click on ‘Generate Cloud’.
You will see your word cloud in a matter of seconds. Notice words that have been grouped together, for example ‘task management platform’ and ‘awesome free program’, in the word cloud below.
Tweak and modify your word cloud with different formatting tools. Edit original text, choose from themes, colors, and fonts, and adjust the number of words that appear in your word cloud.
Download your word cloud as a high-def SVG or PNG image, along with your word list in a CSV file. The images you create can be used in reports, presentations, and more.
Now that you know how to use MonkeyLearn’s WordCloud Generator, let’s explore other tools to create word clouds.
A list of some of the other most popular word cloud tools online:
It’s easy to get started with word clouds with the help of online tools like MonkeyLearn.
Keep in mind, though, that word clouds should be used as a starting point for doing text analysis. They provide quick insights at a glance but won’t help you make key decisions about your business.
March 25th, 2020