Your Scrivener projects are full of words; thousands of them, perhaps even hundreds of thousands of them. You use a lot of words often – the, and, is, that, and other common words. If you write a novel, you use the names of your characters often, and in non-fiction, there will be certain words relating to your project that appear often.
Scrivener’s statistics provides a word frequency count: it shows you how many times you’ve used each word in your project. In this article, I’m going to explain how to use this feature, and why you might want to use it.
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