Instructions for using TWB's new translation platform, Kató?
Thread poster: GHP

GHP
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May 12, 2017

Is there a manual/tutorial or some kind of guide to using the new Kató platform? I hesitate to accept an assignment that involves using the platform before I've found out more about how to use it.

 

Michael Beijer  Identity Verified
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rebranded version of Matecat? May 12, 2017

vUden wrote:

Is there a manual/tutorial or some kind of guide to using the new Kató platform? I hesitate to accept an assignment that involves using the platform before I've found out more about how to use it.


Never used it myself, but I think it is a rebranded version of Matecat, which is "the result of a 3-year research project led by a consortium composed of the international research center FBK (Fondazione Bruno Kessler), Translated srl, the Université du Maine and the University of Edinburgh."

Michael


 

GHP
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Maybe I should take a look at Matecat... May 14, 2017

... that might be helpful. I'm curious to try this new platform out, but obviously I don't want to take on an assignment without knowing how the platform works!

 


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