Term Extractor Software
Thread poster: xxxVadney
xxxVadney
German to English
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Aug 29, 2004

Does anyone know of a good term extractor software that is effective for extracting terms from larger documents. If you have used one you like, that's what I'd like to learn about. Also, something reasonably affordable.

Thanks very much!
Harold


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xxxBrandis
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English to German
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Fusion Aug 29, 2004

Harold Vadney wrote:

Does anyone know of a good term extractor software that is effective for extracting terms from larger documents. If you have used one you like, that's what I'd like to learn about. Also, something reasonably affordable.

Thanks very much!
Harold
HI! Fusion has an integrated functionality to extract terms, later you can export to .tmx or .txt format, as required. But there is also a free tool ( search google, called termextractor , I have unfortunately forgotten the link.
Greets, hope that helps.
Brandis


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