Clustify, used mainly by legal firms, groups related documents into clusters, providing an overview of the document set and aiding with categorization.
This is done without preconceptions about keywords or taxonomies — the software analyzes the text and identifies the structure that arises naturally. Clustify can cluster millions of documents on a desktop computer in less than an hour, bringing organization to large projects.
Clustify identifies important keywords used for clustering and reports frequency information so that clusters can be browsed which contain a set of specified keywords. It also identifies a representative document for each cluster, allowing decisions to be made on other documents in the same cluster.
Uses of Clustify include taxonomy development, search engine enhancement, litigation and ad targeting. The technology is built on proprietary mathematical models which measure the similarity of documents.