How to determine the percentage of internal repetitions?
Thread poster: Hans Lenting

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Member (2006)
German to Dutch
Aug 11, 2011

Hi all,

In Trados Workbench it is very easy to determine the percentage of internal repetitions in a bunch of Word documents that are analyzed.

How can I achieve this simple task in Transit NXT?

I've ticked 'Report Settings | Regard internal repetions, Per Project', 'Show repetition column' and 'View in Words, Percentage' in the Report Manager.

I'd just like to see a simple percentage (e.g. 40 % of the words in the projects are reps). Is this possible in Transit at all?

Thanks,

Hans


 

Ana Kardum  Identity Verified
Croatia
Local time: 17:08
German to Croatian
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I would also like to know this... Aug 11, 2011

Hi Hans,

Thanks for posting this question. I will try to find this out by contacting their support office and will let you know. Perhaps we need to have another version of Transit NXT, though I am not sure about this.

Ana


 


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