ETA User Guide
ETA is an integrated application for extracting and analyzing information in unstructured dataData that does not have a clearly-defined structure, such as text in word processed documents, presentation slides, blogs, social media posts, customer service interactions, instant messages, emails and websites.. It processes multi-terabyte datasets accurately and at high speed, and can be configured to suit the needs of specific industries such as intelligence, defence, law enforcement, government, finance, geoscience and mining, human resources and corporate services.
Users can extract any information they need from any document set, and from websites, social media sites, chats and emails.
You can use ETA to:
Applications of ETA include:
This guide is for ETA end users. It describes how to set up and configure ETA to extract information from unstructured text, and how to explore and analyse the extracted data.
Many of the features of ETA, and access to them, are configurable. For this reason there may be small variations between the screen images in this guide and your installation of ETA, and you may not be able to access all the features described.
Most of the screen captures in this guide appear as thumbnails. To expand an image, click on it. To collapse it, click on it again.
Green text indicates a glossary term. Hover over the term to display the definition.
© SC2 Corp2018
This work is copyright. No part of this publication or the accompanying software may be reproduced by any process or disclosed to any third party without prior written permission from SC2 Corp.
All rights reserved.
SC2 Corp makes no representation or warranties with respect to the contents of this publication and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantable quality or fitness for any particular purpose. SC2 Corp reserves the right to revise this publication from time to time without the obligation to notify any person or organisation of such revision. The screen illustrations in this publication are intended to be representations, not exact duplicates, of the screen layouts generated by the software.