If you choose a weighting option requiring a selected passage but no text has been selected, TexNet32 automatically selects the current paragraph.
An example of weighting positively on the stems in a selected passage is the so called title-keyword method, which assigns higher weights to the passages containing keywords from the title.
After you have information from certain passages covered in the abstract, you can clear those passages out of the way by using weighting negatively on stems.
Weighting on occurrences of frequent keywords gives higher weight to passages from the full text that have high concentrations of keywords that are frequent in the text as a whole.
Before using weighting options, you may wish to set up the parameters:
After you give a particular weighting command, you can view a table of weights of all paragraphs.
The first column presents the paragraph number. This is the number that you enter if you use the "Go to" option. The second column indicates the character position at which the paragraph starts, and the third column displays the weight assigned to this paragraph. Note that weights currently cannot be saved.
Double-clicking in the second or third column on the line for a paragraph takes you to the source text window at the beginning of the paragraph selected.
You can invoke a commonly used sequence of weighting commands by using a script.
To create a script automatically
from your most recent sequence of weighting decisions,
select "Save sequence as..."
from the "Weight" menu.
Last updated February 5, 2008, by Tim Craven