Occasionally, you may find that the specialized medical language in Relative Health is not the best model to use. For example, when you are analyzing text data that is different from your typical use and does not focus on healthcare, such as employee satisfaction survey responses.

In this case, you will need to change the output language from the Data Library, while you are uploading a new data set.

You should only create comparisons for data sets with the same language label.

  1. Once you have created your project, select the Data Library from the navigation menu and choose the corresponding folder

  2. Click on the ‘Upload’ button and select a relevant file type

  3. Locate the correct file and drag and drop it into the upload screen or select it from the ‘Browse files’ option. You can also rename the file here

  4. The data language will be automatically set to 'English Health'. To change it, click on the arrow next to it and select ‘English’ from the drop-down menu

  5. You can also choose any data cleaning options if needed and then click ‘Upload’

Your data will now be processed using conventional topical analysis and you will not see the specialized medical tags.

To change the language of the analysis, you will need to upload new data every time.

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