From the Terminologist’s toolbox: Okapi’s Rainbow
I came up with this tool recently and downloaded it to my laptop and played a little with it for term extraction. It seems to be working fine, so I thought I’d share it with you. You can download it for Mac, Windows and Linux. If you have used it yourself, I would love to hear how it works for you.
You can download it here: https://bintray.com/okapi/Distribution/Okapi_Applications
Here’s a features list from their wiki:
- Creation of translation packages (e.g. XLIFF, OmegaT, RTF).
- Conversion of character encoding or line-breaks.
- Conversion to various file formats.
- Terminology extraction and quality check reports.
- Batch translation using various MT and TM sources.
- Pseudo-translation and various modifications of the source text for testing.
- Apply XSLT templates in batch mode and comparison between different translations.
- Search and replace on filtered text, as well as source and translation alignment.
For more information on Okapi Framework, click here to go to their main page.
If you install it and use it, let me know. I’d like to hear if you found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!