1. How many languages do you support?

We support 27 languages: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hausa, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Shona, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Turkish, and Welsh. See Languages for more information.

2. How is sentiment scored in Stratifyd?

Sentiment is scored on a -5 to +5 scale by default.  You can change individual scoring per N-gram.  The built-in sentiment lexicon is over 80,000 terms.  You may override or combine your own sentiment lexicons with polarity scores with the out-of-the-box sentiment lexicon built into the platform.

3. How do you track changes made by users?

The notifications tab serves as your personal audit trail for all changes, including login and logout of users within your enterprise or team with timestamps in order to protect your workflow.  

4. Do you have case management?

Yes, you can create cases related to data records and track tasks within these cases assigned to users in your team to ensure your workflow is progressing as expected.  

5. How do you visualize structured data?

Because structured data is not mapped, the data remains in the Original Fields section of the widget editor.  To visualize this data, you interact with the desired data dimensions the same way you do unstructured data when creating a widget.  Stratifyd provides a diverse array of visualization options for structured data as well as options for combining structured and unstructured data in one visual.  

6. Can you set alerts for changes to data dimensions?

Yes, multiple alerts can be set for any change in a structured data element occurring after a re-processing or streaming of new data into the dataset.  Alerts use AND/OR logic to determine which alerts trigger when specified changes occur. 

7. How is information shared in Stratifyd?

You can share dashboards, lexicons, taxonomies, etc. through the Share feature with individual members or groups.  You can create groups by adding multiple team members to your own defined group in order to efficiently share data.  

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