memoQ online project - Reports pane
The Reports pane displays reports on the statistics, the progress, and the post-translation analysis of the project.
How to begin
Open an online project for management: On the Project ribbon tab, choose Manage projects. In the Manage projects dialog, select the project you want to manage, and click the Manage command link below the list. In the memoQ online project dialog, click the Reports icon on the left.
In the Reports pane, you can generate different types of reports:
•Progress: Provides a cumulative table about the segments of the project. Segments are listed by segment status. For each segment status, memoQ lists the number of segments, source words, and source characters. Progress bars show how translation is advancing. The numbers are also grouped by user. To calculate a progress report, click Create new report now under the Progress heading.
•Analysis: A cumulative table of the analysis of the project against the translation memories used. Lists match rate types, and shows the number of segments, source words, and source characters falling into each category. To calculate an analysis report, click Create new report now under the Analysis heading.
•Post-translation analysis: A cumulative table of the match rates that were actually used during translation. Lists match rate types, and shows the number of segments, source words, and source characters in each category. The numbers are also grouped by user. To calculate a post-translation analysis report, click Create new report now under the Post-translation analysis heading.
Note: Post-translation analysis is meaningful only if the translator is using the automatic lookup and insertion feature, since the report uses the actual match rate numbers at the time of translation for each segment, and those match rate numbers are valid only if a segment is filled in through pre-translation or automatic lookup and insertion.
•Edit distance statistics: A cumulative table of the analysis of the edited segments.
All the reports generated can be shown and hidden, exported into CSV format or deleted using the appropriate commands.
In the top right corner of the memoQ online project dialog, you can choose one target language from the Target language drop-down list:
•If you choose a target language, the Reports pane shows the numbers for that target language only (the numbers are pre-calculated, and show up immediately when you choose the language).
•If you choose All languages, the Reports pane shows the sums of the numbers.
You cannot see the reports for individual documents here. If you want to see reports for individual documents, go to the Translations pane of Project home, select a document, click the History/reports command link, and navigate to the Reports pane.
Click the [hide] link to hide a report. The Hide link turns into the Show link. Click the [show] link to show the report again. Click the [export] link to export the report as CSV. Click the [delete] link to delete the report.
You can always click the Create new report now to create a new report based on the time spent editing. Generate reports to see how much time you spent editing documents in your project.
Click the Export summary content report link to export a progress summary of a report as CSV. Specify the start and end date in the Export summary content report dialog, and click OK.
Note: You need to have created at least one report to be able to export a progress summary.
The progress summary contains the file name for each target language, the creation date, the document version, the memoQ user roles (translator, reviewer 1, reviewer 2), each segment status, and its corresponding words and characters counts.
To switch to another pane in in the memoQ online project dialog, click its icon. The name of the active pane is set in bold. To exit the memoQ online project dialog, click the Close () button in the top right corner.