# QA Report

The QA report provides a read-only overview of all the issues that lexiQA has found in your project, using the parameters you have defined. The first section of the report contains a full listing of all file segments where an issue has been found. Each issue identified is either underlined or highlighted and colour-coded in a user-friendly way so that the issues are easier to track in the text. The colour coding matches the colours of the toggle filters in the header of the report. (For more information on how to use these toggles, go here.)

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The QA report can be accessed either from the Project overview table (it is one of the actions available for each project file) or from within the Editor.

# Analytics

The second section of the QA report contains the project's statistics in separate tabs:

# File info

The File info tab contains essential file data for your reference, such as error ratios (including corrected and ignored error ratios).

# Errors

The Errors tab contains a comprehensive breakdown of the errors found by lexiQA in all error classes and user-selected functions (such as terminology and length checks), including matching information for errors corrected and ignored by the user.

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# Statistics

In the Statistics tab you will find consolidated bar graphs with all error data for your project file, including Corrected errors and Ignored errors. These graphs and all error statistics are automatically updated every time you apply corrections on the file in lexiQA's Editor.

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# Downloads

In the Downloads tab you can also save and share the statistics of a QA report, using either of the following two methods:

  1. download an Excel file containing all project data and analytics, and save it for offline use, or
  2. make a copy of the unique URL link for this report and share it by email or another online application.
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