Turbocharge Your Workflows with Multiple Structured Analytics Sets
Introduced in 2017, the ability to run near-duplicate identification and email threading analysis multiple times in a workspace opens up some novel applications and powerful workflows. In this session, you'll see how to use structured analytics to deftly solve real-world problems that go beyond standard email threading and near-duplicate identification.
Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity
A Deep Dive Into Email Threading
You've heard that email threading is becoming a "no-brainer"—now get the nuts and bolts of how to use it on your next project. In this session, we'll outline the steps to set up and troubleshoot email threading, discuss how Relativity Analytics threads emails, and demonstrate email threading workflows and visualizations. After this session, you'll have a deeper understanding of how the technology works behind the scenes and how to take better advantage of it.
Ben Redding - Application Specialist II, Customer Support, Relativity Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity
Touring Machine: A Look Under the Hood at SVM
Hyperplanes. Labels. Support vector machines (SVM). In this session, we'll demystify some of the concepts behind SVM, and discuss how they're used to solve classification problems with text and beyond. We'll also explore some of the pros and cons of SVM to help you build familiarity with this technology as you start using it in Relativity.
Brandon Gauthier - Lead Software Engineer, Relativity Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity
How to Run Analytics on CJK
For years, people have been achieving significant and important results using analytics on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean text (CJK). Yet, there's a persistent perception that analytics does not work on these languages. Come hear how longstanding techniques along with new capabilities can give you a leg up on CJK cases.
Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity Chad Jones - Director, LSA, D4, LLC
Active Learning: Tips, Tricks, Lessons Learned
Last year at Relativity Fest, you heard about a soon-to-be-released workflow called active learning. This year, the workflow is being used extensively by every type of organization. In this panel, you’ll hear from Relativity customers about successes, struggles, and lessons learned in their first year of active learning projects.
Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity Michael Cichy - Regional Manager (Midwest), Litigation Support, Foley & Lardner LLP Mark Noel - Vice President, Advanced Technology Consulting, Stroz Friedberg Michallynn Demiter - Staff Analyst IT, Bayer Trena Patton - Discovery Operations Manager, Nelson Mullins