Sintelix supports plugins for extracting information in languages other than English. Each plugin installs one or more document processing pipelines. Each processing pipeline is associated with one or more languages. For a summary of the multilingual plugins available for Sintelix, and their supported text reference types and system limitations, see Summary of multilingual plugins.
Multilingual plugins are listed on the System Overview pane on the Status screen.
A green icon indicates that the language is licensed and installed.
A grey icon indicates that the language is licensed but not installed.
A grey icon with a yellow triangle indicates that the language is not licensed but has been installed.
To see a multilingual pipeline for a particular language you need to:
Note: If you reinstall Sintelix you will need to reinstall the plugins.
You can bypass built-in language detection and force a specific language for all documents. To do this, change your current Ingestion configuration, as shown below.
To force a document language and pipeline:
When configuring Sintelix Document Processing (Dictionaries, Entity Extraction Scripts) it is not uncommon that they apply to only one language. It is possible to decide, on a per-language basis, which custom Document Processing configuration should be used.
To do this, add a language rule to the Ingestion configuration, as shown below.
To add a language rule:
Notes: If none of the rules you entered are met, the action specified in the Default Processing Rule will be applied.