Extract from LDM Global's "eDiscovery Analytics Tools 101: Relationship Analysis and Conceptual Analysis"
Analytics in eDiscovery can help you gain efficiency in your review and locate key documents more quickly so you are able to make informed case strategy decisions earlier in the case.
Note: This is the third part of a series about analytics in eDiscovery. Click here to read Part 1 on email threading and click here to read Part 2 on near-duplicate identification.
Relationship Analysis Relationship analysis is an analytics tool used in eDiscovery review cases. The tool identifies who was taking to whom in your email data sets. But how can can relationship analysis help you in your matter?
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