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Your word cloud

Number of words: 0 / 0

The following words could not fit in the word cloud:

To try to fit more: reduce the difference in word sizes, alter the layout of the word cloud or regenerate.

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Word cloud settings

  • sans-serif
  • serif
  • monospace
  • Daniel
  • Essays1743
  • Gentium
  • Gruenewald-VA
  • Isabella
  • Jura
  • Sniglet
  • Yiggivoo
from to
5
For an unlimited number, set to 0.

Layout

  • Portrait
  • Landscape
  • Square (1:1)
  • 4:3
  • A4 (1.4142:1)
  • 3:2
  • 16:10
  • 5:3
  • 16:9
  • 2:1
1.6 : 1
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Width cannot be more than 10× height, & vice versa.

Word clouds always scale to fit.

Size

Word list

100

0 were filtered from the original source.

0

Only display words found at least this often.
The highest frequency is 0.

  • Display on word cloud
  • Display (set by user)
  • Do not display
  • Do not display (set by user)
  • Current word
  • Recently modified word

0 match the filtering criteria.

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Make a word cloud

Original source

Normal text

Copy and paste the text of your document or try an example.
By default, the more frequently a word is found, the larger it becomes in the word cloud.

For example, enter a table, or apply no filter if words do not repeat.

No filter

Text is repeated in the word cloud as given. It is not counted, filtered or sorted.

Table

Copy and paste from a spreadsheet or manually enter your own.
Separate columns with a tab, comma, colon or a space (see examples).

2

Separate by a space or a new line. Replace with default.

Each will be removed from the beginning or end of any word. Replace with default.

Each character is replaced by a non-breaking space, keeping words together.

Generating from a new source will not change your current word cloud settings. However, changes made to individual words will be lost because a new word list will be created.

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About word clouds

A word cloud is an image made of words that together resemble a cloudy shape.
The size of a word shows how important it is e.g. how often it appears in a text — its frequency.

People typically use word clouds to easily produce a summary of large documents (reports, speeches), to create art on a topic (gifts, displays) or to visualise data (tables, surveys).

Learn why the Create page has changed in the blog