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Getting to know your Storyboard

Everything you need to know about how to use and get the most out of your Storyboard

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Written by Josh Winters
Updated over a week ago

The Storyboard is a visual representation of the Concepts in your data. Concepts are connected and colored based on semantic relationships.

The storyboard is a unstructured data visualization designed to help you understand the language model that has been built from your text data.

Below, you'll find our video and written guides that walk you through everything you need to know about how to use and get the most out of your Storyboards!

Video walk-through πŸŽ₯

Keep scrolling for our written guide instead πŸ““ πŸ‘‡

Concepts are represented by colored circles with a label. The size of the circle and label indicate how frequently it is mentioned. Clicking a concept on the storyboard will navigate to the query page which provides access to more information about that concept.

The colored hulls represent soft groupings of related concepts. The groupings can be made more or less specific using the "# of Colors" slider. The "# of Concepts" slider allows concepts to be hidden based on their frequency. Starting with just a subset of the most frequent concepts can help in building an understanding of larger, more complex storyboards.

The lines between concepts represent the strongest relationships. The smallest possible number of links are drawn such that every concept is connected.

The 'Dim concepts added to a Theme' toggle will apply a dimming effect to all concepts on the Storyboard that have been specifically added to a Theme. When this setting is enabled you should be able to quickly pick out the concepts in your Storyboard that have not yet been mapped.

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If you have any questions about your Storyboard (or anything else!) you can get in touch with us any time by hitting the blue chat button to your right πŸ‘‰

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