Introducing Write-On 3.0
Write-On 3.0 has been developed to collect, dissect, search, and manage large quantities of documents of all kinds. Originally designed to assist forensic document examiners (FDE) in analyzing handwriting, this new version of Write-On has been improved to assist all types of professionals involved in collecting and cataloguing many varieties of documents.
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How It Works
Law enforcement agencies may use it to collect, tabulate, and report on evidence. Forensic document examiners may use it to review, dissect, and assess natural variations in handwriting, and report their findings. Write-On has been successfully used to demonstrate forensic findings at trials, tribunals, hearings, and regulatory bodies in many different countries.
Write-On is not an optical character recognition (OCR) application; it does not attempt to compare documents through metrics. It has not been designed to replace the expert witness. It has been developed to collect, search, analyze, and report data.
Whether you are required to manage thousands of documents or to collect and track crime evidence or court exhibits, Write-On's storage system, search, analytical, and reporting tools have been designed to answer your needs. Each document is entered in the system by importing or scanning its image. The document, authors, or the exact transcript of the document (or parts thereof) are then entered and associated to the document in question.
Once in the system, complete or partial documents may be searched and presented in various forms. Write-On automatically creates a word index, occurrence charts, and document maps. Portions of documents can be extracted and exported into various reports.
Write-On 3.0 is unique in that users dictate how they will collect and search through data. The integrated search and reporting features allow you to create and save multiple reports that can be accessed and printed in a flash.