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CATCount was not designed to produce wordcounts of files, the program uses ready CAT analysis (100% match, "fuzzy" match, and so on) to calculate the cost of translated text. To count words in documents, you may use our AnyCount software available at htt...
Wordcount analysis logs of Trados Translator's Workbench are processed automatically. To load a Trados log into CATCount do the following: 1. Press F5 or select "Log > Load" in the menu. 2. Select the Trados log.
You can download CatCount here here: https://www.catcount.com/translation_count_software_download.html [https://www.catcount.com/translation_count_software_download.html]
In the current version of CATCount match types are not customizable. The percentages of the existing types can be edited freely.
Other than the .CAT scheme files, CatCount can accept the following CAT software analysis logs:
You can export CATCount results into the following formats: - Microsoft Word (.DOC) - Hyper Text Markup Language (.HTML) - Microsoft Excel (.XLS) - Text (.TXT) - Rich Text (.RTF) - Comma Separated Text (.CSV) - Tab Separated Text (.CSV)
No Mac version is currently available.
CATCount can load log files from Trados, Logoport and Wordfast. Currently, CATCount cannot load the logs of other CAT tools.
Please perform the following actions: 1. In MemoQ, after you have calculated statistics, click "Export" and select the "CSV (per-file, Trados-compatible)" option. Then click "Export". 2. In CATCount click the "Log > Load" option (or press F5), select ...
Regular fuzzies only match against the TM. Internal fuzzies also take the segments already translated in the document, but not incorporated into the TM, into account. Not all TM software uses internal fuzzies.