Analytics and Knowledge

Knowledge graph

On the analytics panel, you can browse the result of the annotations and export it into CSV file.

Table

This is the default view.

On the top of the table you can see the number of items (annotations) and the number of subjects. The Graph button is available only if there are no more than 1000 subjects in the table. Use the filters to lessen the number of visible subjects.

  • No - number of occurrences

  • Category - category and subcategory of the annotation

  • Remarks - notes at each occurence

  • Context - contexts of the annotation.Click on an annotation to see all the documents its in. Click on a document will lead to the actual document, which includes the selected annotation.

Graph

It’s the results in a visual, graph format.

Select a document, then click on an annotation to see its relations.

Additional filter options 

After you filtered the annotations on the table view, you have the following additional choices:

  • All - no additional filter, you can see all annotations match with the previously selected filters 

  • Connected - this filter shows only the connected annotations (manual and auto)

  • Intersections:

    • Connected to all selected documents - only those annotations are visible, which are connected to all the previously selected documents

    • Connected to more than one document - only those annotations are visible, which are connected to more than one of the selected documents

    • Connected to exactly one document - only those annotations are visible, which are connected to only one of the selected documents

Query by Occurence

Search for a word in the dictionary, and run a query to see all the occurrences in the project.

To start a new query click on "Create New Query" button.

See the results in table, graph or diagram format. To see the complete title of a document, move the mouse pointer over the selected document.