What is LexisNexis TextMap?
The TextMap software is a transcript summary tool made for the purpose of being efficient and cost effective. The software manages transcripts in electronic format, has a built in search engine, and expedites the processing of case testimony. TextMap has the feature of creating a database from imported case deposition, examination, or other proceedings, for the purposes of efficient searching, annotating, noting down, and creating summary reports or cull key transcript passages. The features of the software are integrated in the user interface and its operations require no needed prior training.
TextMap has a variety of key features: a search engine for pinpointing key testimonies; links on relevant transcript texts; full text searching; SQL database support; transcript creation and sharing; real time transcript feeds; automatic updates to transcript changes; play synchronized video; create transcript groups; overlapping annotations; different annotation operations such as compiling and highlighting; one package delivering of all transcripts and exhibits; export data and link to CaseMap fact and issue management software.
File types supported by LexisNexis TextMap
Our users primarily use LexisNexis TextMap to open these file types: