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XTM Cloud 13.4

Statistics summary report

Use this report to see a summary of statistics from the selected project(s). All projects are displayed in one table. In it, each table row displays the data for one target language, in one project.

Business use case

This report is particularly useful to track the productivity per project and language, because it is based on the work actually done in each project.

Additional tip: To dive deeper into your vendor productivity metrics, use the Assignment and words reportAssignment and words report from the Costs and metrics section.

Running the Statistics summary report.

In the Statistics summary report, you see the following information about the selected projects:

  • Year-month.

  • Date.

  • Year quarter.

  • Customer.

  • Project name.

  • Language – Target language.

  • To be done. – The number of new words minus the number of words in the non-translatable segments.

  • New words. – The total number of words minus the number of words in the ICE match segments, and minus the number of words in 100% Leveraged match segments.

  • Matched words. – The number of words in the ICE match segments plus the number of words in 100% Leveraged match segments.

  • Total count.

  • ICE match.

  • Leveraged match.

  • 95-99% Fuzzy match.

  • 85-94% Fuzzy match.

  • 84-75% Fuzzy match.

  • 95-99% Fuzzy repeat.

  • 85-94% Fuzzy repeat.

  • 84-75% Fuzzy repeat.

  • Repeat.

  • Machine translation.

  • Non-translatable.

  • No matching.

  • Alphanumericwords. – This column indicates how many segments, which have been marked as non-translatable, only contain a text that consists of letters and digits. Example: a serial number AB89X12U.

  • Measurewords. – This column indicates how many segments, which have been marked as non-translatable, only contain a unit of measurement. Examples: cm, kg, lb.

  • Numericwords. – This column indicates how many segments, which have been marked as non-translatable, only contain digits or numbers. Examples: 2, 3, 100.

  • Punctuationwords. – This column indicates how many segments, which have been marked as non-translatable, only contain punctuation marks. Examples: !, ?.