This guest book allows you to give your opinion about KGen and read the opinion of the others.
Sent by Darroch Reid on Saturday, 31 March 2012 09:25:56
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Sent by Lawrence Weathers, Ph.D. on Thursday, 11 November 2010 11:00:07
Using the Ignore List is great, but can you make it sorted A-Z? I use KGen to apply the theory of 'latent semantic indexing' to on-page optimization, so you can guess that my list is really rather long. Perhaps this link might help you understand some more of this.
Our answer : Hi,
Thank you for using KGen. I made the requested changes, you can view it there on the KGen repository. This will be added to your KGen with the new update (probably with Firefox 4 update). You can also use Mercurial (Tortoise HG on windows) to get the test version and be involved to KGen dev and tests.
Sent by Darroch Reid on Thursday, 04 November 2010 11:09:18
Sent by Darroch Reid on Thursday, 04 November 2010 11:09:13
It would be nice to rank based on the occurances as groupd of words. For example, if I am looking for hair styles, KGEN will do a good job for hair and styles separately but not give me data for the phrase "hair styles". Also, it would nice to go beyond the web page and parse the contents of the links to may be 1 or 2 levels to see what do those pages have as keywords.
Sent by Sunil Vulli on Friday, 08 May 2009 14:25:46
I've got a few questions... I added them to you FAQ list.
Sent by Koen on Friday, 10 October 2008 11:28:30