Saving the results of an analysis as an HTML package



I. Why?


In order to see the results of an analysis in a program other than MultiTrans, you must save the results as an HTML package.


II. How?


  1. Ensure your analysis session is open in MultiTrans. For instructions, see MultiTrans Analysis Agent Tutorial, Level I.

  2. From the Analysis Agent menu, choose the Save package... option, and then HTML Package. The Save HTML/XML Package dialogue box opens.

    1. Type WHO obesity analysis stats, or another name that you wish, in the Package name field.
    2. Ensure that the boxes are checked next to the names associated with each of the tabs (i.e. Terminology Extraction, TermBase Detail, TextBase Detail and Statistics) whose information you want to save.

      1. Ensure the boxes are checked next to TMX (a file format that can be opened in any translation environment) and Tab-delimited text (which creates a file in plain text format), under TextBase Details
      2. One file will be saved for each list, and each of these files will be stored in a general folder bearing the name you have just assigned.
    3. Identify the sub-directory where you would like to save the file.

      1. Click the browse button beside the Folder field.
      2. In the dialogue box that opens, locate and select the Home (H:) drive.
      3. Click the OK button.
    4. Back in the Save HTML/XML Package dialogue box, click OK.
  3. View the files you just saved.

    1. Locate the sub-directory on your Home (H:) drive that contains HTML package. (The folder will have the name you chose in step 2a.) You will see seven files displayed.
    2. Open each of the four HTML files (StatisticsTermBase ExtractionTerminology ExtractorTextBase Extraction), one at a time. These files will open in your default web browser, and you will see the information from each tab of the Analysis Agent results.
    • How does the display of this information differ from the display within the Analysis Agent in MultiTrans?
    1. Click on the text document (TextBase Extraction). Notepad will open, displaying in plain text the information from the TextBase Extraction tab of the Analysis Agent results.
    2. The TMX file, TextBase Extraction.tmx, contains the information from the TextBase Extraction tab and can be opened and used in any translation environment (e.g. Trados, Fusion, LogiTerm).  
    3. Close the folder.


III. Wrapping Up


  1. Make a copy of your files as a backup, or transfer them to another computer.
  1. In the Home (H:) drive, locate the sub-directory that contains the HTML package.
  2. Make a compressed folder that contains this sub-directory. (For instructions, see Creating a compressed folder in Windows.)
  3. Copy this compressed folder to a USB key. Or, if the folder is less than 2 MB, send a copy as an attachment to your email.





Tutorial created by Trish Van Bolderen. (2012-08-06)