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IATE (Inter-Agency Terminology Exchange) is now accessible!
Thread poster: Els Thant, M.A., B.Tr.
Els Thant, M.A., B.Tr.
Ecuador
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Mar 16, 2007

IATE is finally accessible!

Click here:

http://iate.europa.eu/

Els

[Título editado por el personal o un moderador 2008-02-02 21:13]


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Maria Castro Valdez  Identity Verified
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¡Muchas gracias! Mar 16, 2007

Hola Els:

Muchas gracias por el dato.
Un saludo
María


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Chiara Righele  Identity Verified
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Thanks much! Mar 16, 2007

I tried something and... well, I have to get used to it, but seems nice

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Nicolas Coyer  Identity Verified
Colombia
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At last, an updated terminology DB! Mar 16, 2007

Thanks a lot Els!

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Alison Jenner
Switzerland
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Finally! Mar 16, 2007

At long last. Think I should tell them that my first query to look at how it work turned up a typo in one of the answers! lol!!

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Erik Hansson  Identity Verified
Germany
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Thanks, Els! Mar 16, 2007

Thank you, Els, for informing us about this.

As a matter of fact, in the last couple of months I very often got the very frustrating "not accessible" at Eurodicautom so I started wondering how far IATE had come. Let's hope that IATE has far better resources and doesn't crash when 150,000+ translators at ProZ are searching at the same time

Erik


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Nuria Navarro  Identity Verified
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Thanks! Mar 16, 2007

It is extremelly useful and quicker than Eurodicautom!!

Thanks a lot.

Nuria


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Fernando Tognis  Identity Verified
Argentina
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Thanks Mar 16, 2007

I hadn't heard about IATE before. I tried it with many terms and I may say the results were accurate!
Thanks for sharing!


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Mayte Vega  Identity Verified
Argentina
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Thank you very much!! Mar 16, 2007

Very useful resource!

BR

Mayte


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Lawyer-Linguist  Identity Verified
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Thanks Els Mar 16, 2007

The last info I received (end December) was that it would be up and running by mid March, so miracles do happen

Have a good weekend
Deborah


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Terry Gilman  Identity Verified
Germany
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Thank you! Mar 16, 2007

Hope the old eurodicatom frustrations are now over.
Really appreciate your posting.
Terry


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Ivana UK  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Thanks for letting us know Els, Mar 16, 2007

I'd just about given up on IATE access and hadn't checked it for months - so thanks for reminding me.

Eurodicautom's pretty out of date now so let's hope IATE has updated terminology and doesn't keep timing out when busy!!



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ViktoriaG  Identity Verified
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Negative effects of publicity Mar 17, 2007

I was so happy about this - until I tried accessing it. Seems that the publicity over here and also probably all over the internet sent too much traffic their way, because the page has been loading for a few minutes now, but it is still just one empty page... I think too many of us are checking it out.

That's OK, I'll just wait in line... I hope they will come up with a solution for this if this is really a traffic problem. What use is a database when you can't access it?


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Ileana M. Pop  Identity Verified
Spain
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Thank you! Mar 17, 2007

Thank you Els!
My Bible used to be Eurodicautom, but I've done some queries in IATE and I find it very intresting!
Thank you for sharing this info with us!

Ciao
Ileana


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Alan R King
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More information would be useful Mar 17, 2007

Thank you for telling us about this, I'm sure we'll all want to check it out and consider using it in the future.

Opening the website and coming to it "cold", I find a lack of information or links on the website itself to explain to users WHAT this is, its CHARACTERISTICS, WHO has done it, HOW, etc. It's just "there". I trust that given a little time they will think of fixing all that.

For now, as a professional translator needing high-standard, reliable tools, I need to know a few of these things in order to comfortable with IATE. For example, I want to know what it "means" when the database provides me with an equivalent for a term, or indeed when fails to provide another possible equivalent (which may be the one I was thinking of using). What are the sources of the database? What type of authority can it be considered to have. In other words, how "blindly" am I to trust its information. Ultimately, it is up to me as the user to decide how far to trust it, I know that, but in order to make such a decision I need to know more about its background and, indeed, its purpose. Which brings me back to my initial questions.

Sorry to be a grouch! Anyone agree with me?

Alan


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