GAMET: Grammar and mechanics error tool
GAMET is an easy to use tool that provides incidence counts for structural and mechanics errors in texts including grammar, spelling, punctuation, white space, and repetition errors. The tool also provides line output for the errors flagged in the text.
GAMET takes plain text files as input (it will process all plain text files in a particular folder) and produces a comma separated values (.csv) spreadsheet that is easily read by any spreadsheet software.
Please use the following citation when referencing GAMET (paper in process):
Crossley, S. A., Bradfleld, F., & Bustamante, A. (2019). Using human judgments to examine the validity of automated grammar, syntax, and mechanical errors in writing. Journal of Writing Research, 11(2), 251-270. [pdf]
To get started with GAMET and to learn more, follow these steps:
1. Download the GAMET index spreadsheet, which includes an overview of the included indices
2. Download the GAMET user manual
3. Download the version of GAMET that is appropriate for your operating system (note, you will need to have Java Development Kit 8 installed on your machine for GAMET to operate):
GAMET v1.0 for Mac (may not be compatible with Big Sur OS)
GAMET v1.1 for Windows (new and improved as 10/11/21)
If a notification pops up saying "Windows protected your PC", click on "More info" and then "Run Anyway" to bypass the pop up and run the app.
GAMET is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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