Analyze data in a review set in Advanced eDiscovery

When the number of collected documents is large, it can be difficult to review them all. Advanced eDiscovery provides a number of tools to analyze the documents to reduce the volume of documents to be reviewed without any loss in information, and to help you organize the documents in a coherent manner. To learn more about these capabilities, see:

To analyze data in a review set:

  1. Configure analytics settings for your case. For more information, see Configure search and analytics settings.

  2. Open the review set you want to analyze.

  3. Click Manage review set.

  4. Click Run analytics for the review set.

You can check the progress of analysis on the Jobs tab of the case.

After analysis is completed, you can view the analytics report, run queries within your review set on outputs of the analysis (see Query within your review set), and see related documents of a given document (see Reviewing data in review set).

Analytics report

To view an analytics report for a review set:

  1. Open the review set.

  2. Click Manage review set.

  3. Click View report.

The report has seven components from analysis:

  • Target population: The number of email messages, attachments, and loose documents found in the review set.

  • Documents (excluding attachments): The number of loose documents that are pivots, unique near duplicates of a pivot, or an exact duplicate of another document.

  • Emails: The number of email messages that are inclusives, inclusive copies, inclusive minuses, or none of the above.

  • Attachments: The number of email attachments that are unique or duplicates of another email attachment in the review set.

  • Number of files by type: The number of files, identified by file extension.

  • Documents by source: A summary of content by its original data source.

  • Documents aggregated by process: A summary of content by review set processes.