The Concordance Database ManualeBook - 2006
This book discusses how to glean reliable data from paper and electronic documents, how to create a useful Concordance 8.0 database shell, how to load data into that shell using Opticon 3.0, and finally, how to obtain useful search results. Later chapters revisit these steps in finer detail. Coverage goes beyond technical discussion of recommended best practices to important topics such as establishing coding standards, locating reliable third party vendors, and exploiting complex search logic to aid in document review. By the end, readers will know how to deploy essential tool for document management on behalf of client users.