Targeted reports can provide the data you need to perform an analysis, allowing you to make informed decisions based on concrete results. For example, you can obtain clear information about the quality of translations by looking at the degree of post-editing, also known as the “edit distance.”
The new Edit Distance Report compares the various editing steps and provides meaningful data as a basis for optimization or even for accounting or billing for post-editing work. This provides you with a reliable basis for evaluating and optimizing the quality of your (machine) translations on an ongoing basis.
The fact sheet provides you with typical use cases of this report for translation processes with or without machine translation. Check out how the results are presented and how you can individually benefit from the report.
- Measure objectively
- Assess the quality of translations
- Evaluate post-editing effort
- Analyze review processes
- Compare editing states