The stylometry portion of Stylo will provide an interface for an author to submit his work for analysis. During analysis Stylo will collect statistics on certain features that can be used to identify an author. Features include but are not limited to: word count, word length, sentence complexity, white-space usage and punctuation usage. After analysis Stylo will display its results to the user. Results will include the name of the author Stylo thinks the work belongs to, a percentage on how sure it is, and the features used make this determination. The Stylo stylometry tool will also be capable of exporting its results to the Anonomouth anti-stylometry tool.
Kyle C. Musal (Team Lead)