Collection: Oregon Sources

Oregon Sources Common Phrases

1. High School 6
2. Arizona State 6
3. Health Care 5
4. Oregon Ducks 5
5. Eugene Woman 5
6. Care Bill 4
7. Puerto Rico 4
8. Health Care Bill 4
9. North Eugene 3
10. Against Arizona State 3

Start date: Sept. 22, 2017, 12:45 a.m. - End Date: Sept. 23, 2017, 12:45 a.m.

Oregon Sources's Summary

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Lexicological Analysis For Oregon Sources

Position Word
1. Oregon 15
2. Trump 13
3. Eugene 12
4. State 11
5. Ducks 8
6. Arizona 7
7. Gop 7
8. Woman 7
9. Portland 6
10. Health 6

Most Common Nouns: A total of 862 nouns were found out of 157 headlines

Position Word
1. Says 9
2. 'S 8
3. Is 6
4. Be 5
5. 'Re 4
6. Tried 4
7. Should 3
8. Accused 3
9. Watch 3
10. Will 3

Most Common Verbs: A total of 257 verbs were found out of 157 headlines

Position Word
1. Who 4
2. She 4
3. What 4
4. Your 4
5. You 3
6. He 2
7. What 2
8. You 2
9. It 2
10. Our 2

Most Common Pronouns: A total of 44 pronouns were found out of 157 headlines

Position Word
1. 5 3
2. 'Get 2
3. 5.7 2
4. 21 2
5. 10 2
6. 4 2
7. 33 2
8. Million 2
9. 911 1
10. Two 1

Most Common Numbers: A total of 33 numbers were found out of 157 headlines

Position Word
1. New 7
2. Safe 4
3. High 3
4. Dead 3
5. Clear 2
6. Unbeaten 2
7. More 2
8. Former 2
9. Ready 2
10. Latest 2

Most Common Adjectives: A total of 125 adjectives were found out of 157 headlines

Position Word
1. Later 2
2. Still 2
3. How 2
4. N'T 2
5. Not 2
6. Reportedly 2
7. Only 1
8. Accidentally 1
9. Dearly 1
10. Likely 1

Most Common Adverbs: A total of 36 adverbs were found out of 157 headlines

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Source Information

We gather our headlines from 8 sources: Bend Bulletin, DJC Oregon, KEZI Eugene, KVAL, Oregon Live, Portland Tribune, Register Guard, and Willamette Week. The statistics are updated once an hour. In the future we will have more information available about our sources and more statistics to look at.

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