Every time you rewordify a block of text, you get a complete analysis of the text. Here's a partial screenshot:
All statistics are for the original block of text, not the rewordified version. (Existing users: see below.)
For the first three statistics, all of which are text difficulty measures, there's a color graph along with each number, to help you see the difficulty level of the text block at a glance.
The graphs all go from easiest (to the left) to hardest (to the right).
READ Score. You can rely on our READ score—the Rewordify.com Estimated Average Difficulty score—to determine real-world text difficulty at a glance. It ranges from 100 (easiest) to 2000 (hardest). Read more about our READ score.
Flesch Reading Ease. The numbers go in reverse order for this score: from 100 (easiest) to 0 (hardest).
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level. The score ranges from 0 (easiest) to 18 (hardest).
Lexical Density. This is the number of unique words divided by the number of total words, times 100. A passage where no word is repeated scores 100%. A passage where each word is used exactly twice scores 50%, etc.
(Self-explanatory statistics are not listed here.)
Rewordified words and phrases. This gives a total count of all of the words and phrases that were rewordified. If you have a Rewordifying Level set to Level 2 or above, some of these words and phrases will not rewordify. Change the Rewordifying Level (and view how many words will reword on each level) by clicking the "Settings" link at the top of the page.
Word Length / Count / Frequency table. This table tells you the total count of each word by length, and the percentage that length word makes up of the total words.
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