by Keely McKee
on June 14, 2017
Review & Production
With more and more data involved in e-discovery projects, it can be difficult to derive the story behind it. Visualizations help condense and display data in a way that’s easier to understand, so you can interact with it and take action.
At Relativity Fest London 2017, Relativity solutions specialist Clare Longworth walked through several scenarios where dashboards can improve your normal workflow and help you easily dig into and visualize data. Check out a recap of her session Creating Dashboards for Your Entire Case Lifecycle to learn five ways to use dashboards on your next project.
You’ve just finished publishing data from Relativity Processing and want to ensure all custodians have been loaded, document counts match, and date ranges are accurate. Follow along with Clare as she demonstrates how to add a widget that displays the documents your custodians received in a given date range:
Another way to explore your data using dashboards:
It’s Tuesday at 5:23 p.m. As you’re about to turn off your computer and pack up for the day, you’re notified that a processing set has just finished and you need to prioritize and batch the documents by 7:00 a.m. for the first wave of reviewers. Find out how Clare quickly and effectively batches documents using visualizations:
More ways to organize and prioritize your data using dashboards:
You’ve heard some grumblings from the review team that a certain reviewer is spending more time watching cat videos than reviewing documents. See how Clare quickly looks into the reviewer’s stats to address the situation:
Another way to monitor your review using dashboards:
You have a production due in a few days and you need to identify any conflicts or work that needs to be done before you can start the production. Watch Clare as she uses a dashboard to create a batch for QC:
More ways to QC your review using dashboards:
The possibilities for dashboards are endless. For example, check out how Clare uses an email threading dashboard:
More ways to use visualizations during your entire case lifecycle:
Keely McKee is a member of the marketing communications team at Relativity, specializing in content development.