The Language Brain is a multidimensional visual interface that gives you an instant representation of the volume of words translated and how fast those translations are delivered. Additionally, it shows the historical evolution of the most important translation metrics.
Your translation layer will have an intuitive visual representation of its performance in terms of volumes and TATs per language pair and per channel. Looking into the Language Brain, you can easily visualize which LPs are the most used by their proportion of the chart, as well as compare the TAT times between them, as the movement of the particles will be proportional to the median TAT of the translation requests for that language pair.
Similarly to the Usage Reporting page, some key metrics are displayed to the right of the screen.
You can exclude multiple language pairs from these results or check the totals, and it is possible to select data for different intervals as well.
The timeline will give you an accurate representation of the evolution of usage and TAT for a selected interval, matching your search criteria. You are able to display the metrics for all channels in use. Additionally, the timeline will include and signal all important AI events (retraining, deployments) that are relevant to the performance of the translation layer, helping to highlight their importance and record important milestones.
Exporting a screenshot
It is possible to export the current chart view to an image file (png format). In order to do so, just click the export icon at the top-right corner of each chart and save the file.