Technology-Assisted Review: Quickly Compute Case Dictionaries

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My last post showed how you can use pre-reviewed seed sets of relevant and irrelevant documents to help prioritize unreviewed documents, using WordSmith 6 from Lexical Analysis Software Ltd. (USD $88.73 or EUR €67.57 from lexically.net – Please note that I’m not affiliated with Lexical.)

Here’s how you can help your document reviewers hit the ground running by investing a few hours of attorney or paralegal time with WordSmith before you’ve reviewed any documents. Continue reading

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Statistically Improbable Phrases in Technology-Assisted Review

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amazonAmazon.com computes and displays “Statistically Improbable Phrases” for its indexed books. It defines a Statistically Improbable Phrase as “a phrase that occurs a large number of times in a particular book relative to all [indexed] books.” You can use similar statistics to help you improve your technology-assisted review. Continue reading

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