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The Legal Document Analysis Tool (LDA) allows you to analyze legal documents and transcripts. Its powerful mining techniques are based on predefined and user rules that can be saved as templates to support any future analysis. The templates include general search and mining of the document content, general law, plain language analysis, legislation and constitutions. From 1 to 1000 pages LDA will help you view and understand your documents and transcripts.
LDA is a method and tool that allows you to create your own legal document analysis rules. Embedded within LDA are certain fundamental principals such as services and layering of services from simple to complex. This principal allows the tool to immediately provide results to you as you change the rules to fit your studies and needs. You can save your results and distribute them to others for review and comparison.
You upload your document and press submit.
Your results are listed with color, status, and descriptive text of the finding.
Too much information, no problem, enable and disable the reports as you need to accomplish your analysis and study.
Need to modify or create a rule, just check show rules and author what you need.
Rules are grouped into services so that you can perform very different analysis within a single template.
Rules are independent of your uploaded file format. Your file can be an HTML, spreadsheet, or a text version of your document.
Use LDA as a powerful search and mining tool to extract information from large or small documents
The preloaded services and rules are part of templates that include: general legal document analysis, plain language analysis, legislation and constitutions.
In the end metrics are gathered so that you can make quantitative comparisons.
The beauty of LDA is its ability for you to define your own rules and save them for future analysis. It comes preloaded with a set of rules that allow you to immediately start your work.
LDA is based on SAT technologies, an engineering tool.
It is a process and method instantiated with Internet technologies to analyze documents. It is not unlike an Internet search engine, however instead of returning web pages, LDA returns lines of text from a document under analysis. It begins with uploading a document or pointing to a directory of data, subjecting the data to an engine, and directing the engine to process the data based on user defined rules similar to Internet search engines. The user fills in search criteria, checks some boxes, and provides unique text descriptions related to a rule.
Our products share a common characteristic; the potential need for someone to process documents based on rules. It is also simple to use LDA as a collection of highlighter pens (yellow, pink, orange, etc) on your document as you search and mine the contents of your document.
- Help with Use Cases
- HTML Reporting
- Accepts txt, csv, html, and doc formats
- Accepts DOORS Exports using Excel .csv
- Attempts Automatic .doc Parse
- PUI Preservation or Generation, if None Present
- User Authored Templates, Services, & Rules
- Template Naming, Description, and Summary
- Rule Naming, Description, and Attributes
- Reading Level Report
- Document Shape Report
- Find Approximate Duplicates Using Masking
- Document Structure Analysis
- Significant Report Display Filtering
- User Accept or Reject Of Each Object
- Full or Partial Rule Reports on Each Object
- Object Hyper Links to Document for Context
- Object Hyper Links To Rule with Short Report
- User Defined Noise Word Filtering
- Profile of all Document Words and Counts
- Profile of all Missed Words in Rules
- Key Word Analysis Context Search