Filtering results

Once you make a search in TradooIT bilingual concordancer, you can refine that search by clicking on one or more filters in the left column. Here is an explanation of the various filters, as well as examples for the "back button" search expression.

Filter Explanation    Example 
Accounts
(only if you are logged in to TradooIT)
List of accounts available to users who have access to several accounts or translation memories (e.g. public memory, memory of the translation agency where they work as freelancers, personal memory, etc.)  
Grouped Translations List of possible equivalents for the search expression. To highlight the most common equivalents, they are grouped by canonical form (infinitive, masculine, singular), without stop words at the beginning and at the end, and regardless of upper/lower case.  
Translations Detailed list of the selected grouped translation.
Note: This filter is only displayed when a grouped translation is selected.
 
1001 Forms List of the various forms that the search expression can take (upper/lower case, conjugations/plurals when the user searched for the word stem, etc.)  
Sources List of websites, clients, etc., where the hits come from. This filter helps assess the relevance of the equivalents found for the work on hand.  
Tags
(only if you are logged in to TradooIT)
List of descriptors assigned to bitexts during import in order to make it easier to find them later on. They may refer to the style of text (correspondence, training, etc.), a specific format (PowerPoint, Excel, etc.), a subject field (computer science, legal, etc.) or anything else that could help you retrieve the bitext in the future.
Translators
(only if you are logged in to TradooIT)
List of translators who produced the target texts. This filter helps assess the reliability of the equivalents found based on translators' experience, expertise, quality and style.
 
New Search List of suggested expressions to search for when users get few results. Contrarily to the other categories, this one is not a filter but a quick way to run a new search for a similar expression that will return results, e.g. plural of a word in the singular, conjugated form of an infinitive verb, correction of a typo, etc.
 

Note: For now, users may select only one filter per category, but may select filters in more than one category at a time.
Comments