With this release, Advanced Concept Search is the default search option. Any User who had previously set a preference on the Setting page will be unaffected and continue to see their selected search option. This change affects customers in one of two ways:
If at least one user in an organization used the Advanced Concept Search toggle to make a selection, then any user who did not make a selection defaults to Advanced Concept Search. All users in the organization have access to the toggle.
If no users in the organization made an Advanced Concept Search selection, all users now default to Advanced Concept Search, and do not have access to the toggle.
For organizations with access to the toggle, users can set a search preference by opening Settings from the dropdown next to Projects in the top ribbon, using the toggle at the bottom of the User profile tab, and clicking Save changes.
Single sidebar: Streamlined shared concept list management
With this release, the Search details tab now shows concepts sorted by their prevalence when the search box is empty. Prevalence is the term Luminoso uses to describe a concept’s occurrence in a dataset compared to how often we’d expect the concept to occur in the language of analysis as a whole.
For example, if the word “tree” shows up 1/1000 times in English language samples generally, but surfaces 200/1000 times in a Daylight project, it’s highly prevalent, even if it’s not the top most-used word in the project. As a measure, prevalence helps surface unique insights faster than a count that only used volume.
API: Formatting improvements for concept list names
With this release, we add an improvement that strips white space from concept list names. Additionally, blank concept list names are no longer permitted in the API.
Drivers: Updated viewable drivers selection process
With this release, we change the way you select which drivers you see in the Drivers scatterplot. Previously, you could use the selection options and eye icons in the Concepts tab of Drivers to select which drivers displayed in the scatterplot.
Now, use the Configure visualization and Active concept tabs to determine which concepts you’ll see in Drivers.
If you’re using Autosuggest, you can select 10, 20, or 50 AI-identified drivers to view. Otherwise, select Active concepts to use your list of active concepts or a copy of a shared concept list. When you add or remove concepts in your active concept list, the change is immediately reflected in Drivers.