We’ve created audio-visual tutorials to help you understand the processes and procedures involved in using Raven’s Eye. If you don’t find below the topic you are looking for, consider looking at our FAQs, Practicals, or Technicals. If you still don’t find what you are looking for, feel free to contact us.
Preparing your data.
This tutorial takes you through the process of preparing your data before uploading it to Raven’s Eye for analysis.
Logging in.
In this tutorial, you will learn the steps involved in logging in. We also describe the menu bar and main window of Raven’s Eye.
Managing your settings.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to manage your settings, including the ability to select you language corpus, change the scale of the main chart, and separate or combine columns with textual information.
Uploading your data.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to upload your data to Raven’s Eye.
Classifying your columns.
Classifying the types of information contained in your columns is the topic of this straightforward tutorial.
Understanding your results.
This tutorial provides an overview about your results, including discussion on menu bar additions, and a description of the main table of results.
Comparing your variables.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to compare across states or classes of variables to determine their influence on your results. When comparing across states or classes of variables, the subsample comparisons table will contain your results, and is therefore described in this tutorial.
Working with previously uploaded projects.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to access projects that you have previously uploaded to Raven’s Eye. In case you need to do so, you will also learn how to reclassify data in these previous projects.
Exporting your results.
The few steps involved in exporting your results from Raven’s Eye to your local device are described in this tutorial.
Signing out.
In this tutorial, we will take you through the process of signing out of Raven’s Eye. It’s pretty easy, but we wanted to make sure we covered all the bases for you in these tutorials.