List of Search Terms and Their Definitions

Logical

AND

The logical AND operator
OR

The logical OR operator

Document

CONTENTS

Searches across the textual (ocr'd) contents of the documents

BATES

Searches across the Bates numbering of the documents

METADATA

Searches across the metadata field values of the documents

TYPE

Searches for documents by their abstracted type (ex. email, spreadsheet)

HAS FORMAT

Searches for documents by whether or not a particular format type exists for the document in the database

NUM PAGES

Searches for documents by the number of pages, or a page range

LANGUAGE

Searches for documents by foreign language content, if any

PRODUCED

Searches for documents based on their production status

UPLOADED

Searches for documents that were uploaded to Everlaw, including native, processed, and produced data. Searches for documents based on upload and processing flags.

Review

RATED

Searches for documents by any hot, warm, cold designation applied during review

CODED

Searches for documents by any coding designation applied during review

BINDER

Searches for documents by whether or not they exist in a particular binder

VIEWED

Searches for documents by whether or not they have been viewed by particular people

ASSIGNED

Searches for documents by whether or not they are in particular assignments and/or who they are assigned to

PREDICTED

Searches for documents by their predicted relevance to a given prediction coding model

NOTES

Searches for documents by the content, author, and/or creation time of any notes applied to them

STORYBUILDER

Searches for documents by whether or not they are in a particular Chronology or Outline

HAS REDACTIONS

Searches for documents by whether or not they had redactions applied during the course of review (Note: this term does not search for redacted documents in an upload production, only for documents on which your reviewers have applied redactions for the purpose of production)

SAMPLE

Allows you to return only a randomly sampled subset of your full search results

 

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