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

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Member (2006)
German to Dutch
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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


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Ana Kardum  Identity Verified
Croatia
Local time: 06:27
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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