Overview: Generating and Viewing Reports

Reports in SDL Trados Studio display data that was collected when batch tasks were run on the project files. Some batch tasks are run when a project is created and others you can run at any time. If the report you want to view is not available, it is because you need to run the batch task that generates the report data. Click here to find out more about running batch tasks.

Viewing Reports

Reports are accessed from the Reports view. All of the reports in this view contain data for the active project. If you want to see reports for a different project, you must make that project the active project in the Projects view. The Reports view is only available for selection if there is an active project.

When a report is selected in the Reports view, it is displayed as an HTML page in the main part of the window. You can view the reports by language or by report type. It can also be downloaded and saved as an HTML file or spreadsheet, for example. You can also delete the report from the project, print the report, print a report preview and adjust the page setup using the Reports menu.

Some of the reports, for example Analyze Files, contain hyperlinks which open up the files in the Editor window in the Editor view. If a cross is shown next to the link, these are merged files. Clicking on the cross will expand the merged files to show the data for each individual file.

The Reports

 

Analyze Files

The Analyze Files report provides details about the number and type of translation memory matches found for your files in the project, including 100% and fuzzy matches and non-translated items.  This report allows you to scope the time needed to translate these files.

The data that appears in this report is generated during project creation. You can also run the report at anytime during the project life-cycle by performing the Analyze files batch task .

Click here for more information.

 

Pre-translate

The Pre-translate report provides details about the number of translated and updated items found for the target language files for the language you selected for this report.

The data that appears in this report is generated during project creation. You can also run the report at anytime during the project life-cycle by performing the Translation Count batch task.

Click here for more information.

 

Translation Count

 

The Translation Count report provides details about the status of the translations in one or more files. For example, the status may be Translated or Translation Approved. This is useful if you want to view the progress of the translation project.

The data that appears in this report is generated during project creation. You can also run the report at any time during the project life-cycle by performing the Translation Count task.

Click here for more information.

 

Word Count

The Word Count report is used to count the total of segments, words, characters and placeables in one or more files. You can run the report at any time during the project life-cycle by performing the Word Count task.

Click here for more information.

 

Verify Files

The Verify Files report displays the results of performing the Verify Files task on project files. For each file that produced an error, warning or information message, all of the messages produced for the file are listed below the file name.

You can click a file name link to open the file in the Editor view.

Click here for more information.

 

 

Related Topics

How to Generate a Report

How to View and Work with a Report

Analyze Files Report Layout

Pre-translate Report Layout

Translation Count Report Layout

Verify Files Report Layout

Word Count Report Layout