The Paragraph Generator works by combining individual phrases made by Phrase Generator.
Buy our software or ask us to generate thousands of similar phrases, paragraphs or short stories for you
This is a small set from a listing of 1000 phrases made by Phrase Generator, a feature from our Synonymizer software.
As an example, we can easily create 1000 different paragraphs. Each paragraph will have 5 phrases, with 10 words each.
This is a total of : 1000 x 5 x 10 = 50,000 words
The paragraphs will make PERFECT SENSE.
The text can be provided in .TXT or .HTM format.
Of course, the paragraphs will have similar meaning, obtained by shuffling of synonyms.
The cost is s200 and it takes 2 days. Alternatively, you can buy Synonymizer and GGG and do it yourself. For that, follow the explanation below.
This utility will pick one phrase from each file, combine them in a file, and continue until the FIRST file runs out of phrases ("Do not allow phrase repetition" option) or until the LAST file runs out of phrases ("Allow phrase repetition" option). The number of output files will be the same as the number of input files.
You can select several phrase seed files (.PGF files) by holding the Shift key at the same time you click on each one. The order of selection is important, because it will be followed in the paragraphs.
There are two generation modes: column and row.
The Column method creates as many output units (Txt files or GGG Content boxes) as input phrase seed files (.pgf files) are used. Each unit will have as many phrases as the file with minimal phrases or maximal phrases, depending on whether repetitions are excluded or allowed.
This method mixes phrases from all phrase seed sources at random. It usually generates a few output units.
The Row method creates large numbers of output units (Txt files or GGG Content boxes). The number equals the phrases contained in the phrase seed file divided the number of .pgf files. If the .pgf files have different phrase numbers, either the one with minimal phrases or maximal phrases can be used, depending on whether repetitions are excluded or allowed. Each unit will have as many phrases as input phrase seed files (.pgf files) are used.
This method mixes phrases from all phrase seed sources in a sequential way. It usually generates huge amounts of output units. Because of the sequential nature of the phrase-mixing procedure, the Row method is apt for creating stories, recipes or ordered lists.
Output Units (Txt files or GGG Content boxes)
Phrases in each output unit
|Column combination||As many as input phrase seed files (.pgf files)||Depends on how many phrases are in shortest or longest source file|
|Row combination||Depends on how many phrases are in shortest or longest source file||As many as input phrase seed files (.pgf files)|
See an example with few files and phrases:
Row combination method
|Phrase 1||Phrase 1 of first .pgf||Phrase 1 of second .pgf||Phrase 1 of third .pgf||Phrase 1 of fourth .pgf||Content box #1 *||
The 1 (no repetition allowed) to 100/4 = 25 (repetition allowed) output units have 4 phrases, taken from one from each .pgf file.
|Phrase 2||Phrase 2 of first .pgf||Phrase 2 of second .pgf||Phrase 2 of third .pgf||Phrase 2 of fourth .pgf||Content box #2|
|Phrase 3||Phrase 3 of first .pgf||Phrase 3 of second .pgf||Phrase 3 of third .pgf||Phrase 3 of fourth .pgf||Content box #3|
|Phrase 4 of second .pgf||Phrase 4 of third .pgf||Phrase 4 of fourth .pgf||Content box #4|
|Phrase 5||...||Phrase 5 of second .pgf||Phrase 5 of third .pgf||
|Content box #5|
|Phrase 6||...||Phrase 6 of second .pgf||...||...||Content box #6|
|Phrase 100||...||Phrase 100 of second .pgf||...||...||Content box #100|
Column combination method
|.Txt file or Content box #1||.Txt file or Content box #2||.Txt file or Content box #3||.Txt file or Content box #4|
This 4 output units have 3 (no repetition allowed) or 6 (repetition allowed) phrases, taken from all .pgf files.
*: The Row combination method generates so many .txt files that can be unmanageable. It is better to export them to GGG, our gateway page generator software.
In the following screen, you can see the selected source files, the total phrases each one of them can generate, and the range (interval) to be used for assembling a subset with the proper amount of phrases ("Selected phrases").
You have a few .pgf distribution files to use as an example of how this software works. Look for them in the main software directory.
File name - File contents
|1. Phrase Generator.||
Generate different phrase seed files (.pgf files) or select them among the distribution example files.
Do not use a final dot (colon) for phrases. They will be added in the next step.
Generate as much variation as you can. It will show, without clogging the system.
The number 1
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The number 2
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The number 3
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The number 4
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|2. Paragraph Generator.||Takes one phrase from each template and creates .txt output .txt files.||Select only the number of phrases that you will need. Many phrases take too much time and space. Also, if you have enough phrases use: 'Do Not Allow Phrase Repetition'.||Mix_1_five.Txt
A number 5
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A number 1
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A number five
A number four
A number one
A number three
A number two
A # 5
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A # 1
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A # five
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A # one
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