Data Mining – Getting Started

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Why Data Mining?

As data volumes and discoverable sources continue to grow, getting a quick understanding of what is in your data before fully processing will speed up your overall review process and create less headaches during your review. Similar to how your email inbox may be set up to pre-filter through your spam, allowing you to ONLY view pertinent information – Data Mining helps attorneys eliminate the noise before they even lay eyes on their information.

Because each firm’s environment for Data Mining is unique and independent, Data Mining is highly secure and incredibly fast. We ingest data for Data Mining at a blazing ½ to 1 terabyte per hour.

 

First Time Users

  1. Sign in:
    • At this time, new users to Data Mining must be added by Nextpoint. Reach out to your Client Success Director or support@nextpoint.com for more information or to get started. 
    • Similar to your Nextpoint database login, Data Mining uses two factor authentication. Once you type in your email address and password, you will be asked to type in a verification pin sent to your email address the first time you log in. 
    • Should you need to reset your password, click on the "Forgot Password" link above the password field. You will then receive an email with a link to reset your password and return to the login screen. Forgot_Password.png
  2. Create/Select Project:
    • You will be prompted to “Select an Existing Project” (if any exist) or “Create a New Project.” Clicking "Select an Existing Project" (if any exist) will take you to that project's dashboard. Login-NewProject.png
    • If you select “Create a New Project,” you will be prompted to type in the Project Name, Client Number, and Matter Number. Note: All Data will be processed using UTC time.
    • Then click “Create.” New_Project.png
  3. Importing Data:
    • You will then be taken to the project's dashboard where you will be prompted to “Import Data.” newproject.png

 

Next up: Data Mining – Uploading and Importing Data

Or view one of the other support resources in the Data Mining series:

Data Mining - Project Dashboard

Data Mining - Searching and Slicing Data

Data Mining Search Guide

Data Mining - Exporting Reports and Data

Data Mining - Glossary

 

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