Note: Our guides for using the textual structures are in active development, and parts of the documentation may be currently under development or unavailable.
The simplest way to output the data is our Excel-extracts, which summarizes the key dimensions of the material, allowing you to analyze the some of the most critical parts of the material without any programming knowledge required.
- Introduction to the excel output: The starting place to understand our Excel-extracts
- Extract options: The extract summaries available
- Working with the extracts: How to summarize the excel data
JSON Textual Structures
The most flexible way of working with the data is via our JSON Textual Structure output. This format captures the full dimensions of the text in hierarchical structures. The standardized representations allow you to capture an unbounded number of textual-constructs, with consistent representations allowing easy aggregation and comparison of the material.
- Introduction to the JSON output: Overview of the possibilities with the JSON output.
- Working with the data: Python, R and Matlab, and other guides.
- Textual structure specifications: Specifications of each dimension of the textual structures