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One of the panels I was on covered self-editing tools.
Basicly, these are automated tools that will not fix your writing, but will point out areas you should examine more closely (and maybe rework.
None of them are truly good. All are better than nothing.
My take is that Language Tool and checkIt are the best free tools. Gramarly might easily be the best tool overall, but it hit more false-positives than I liked.
Here's the things I covered and where to find them.
|Gramarly||Web based||www.grammarly.com||11.95->29.95 / Month|| |
|style||Linux/Windows||http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/diction.htm||Free||Computes readability indices|
|Language Tool||Linux/Mac/Windows||http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center/languagetool||Free|| |