RKGDuck is a handy free tool that can save you considerable time on small SEM projects. RKGDuck slides a snippet of perl (or a big honking mass of perl, should you so need) into the Windows cut-and-paste clipboard buffer. This lets you do powerful text transformations within and between all Windows apps, using the familiar Control-C (copy) and Control-V (paste) mechanism. After cajoling your local perl geek to write a tiny filter for your task, you can share that functionality easily with less-technical users, and you don't have to install perl on the end-user machines. Here's a new RKGDuck video showing how in a couple minutes you can write a powerful filter to help clean up keyword lists. You can watch other how-to videos and download the app itself on the RkGDuck homepage. RKG provides RKGDuck free to the community under GNU General Public License. RKGDuck us distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantibility or fitness for a particular purpose. If you've found RKGDuck helpful and can share your experience, or if you've hit any snags, do comment below. Quack!
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