Merops uses huge lists of words, names, and terms, combined with intelligent pattern recognition. Contextual analysis, subject detection, language detection, and online sources further assist recognition decisions. Style preferences can be automatically detected, to ensure consistency within a document, or across many documents.Find out more
Merops recognizes document sections, paragraphs, and every level of detail down to parts of words and punctuation. This allows it to analyse and standardize the formatting, punctuation, spelling, wording, and sequence of every part of a document. It can also create highly granular XML for any DTD or schema.
Merops is flexible. It can be used at various stages of your workflow, with virtually any input or output file format. It can be integrated with third-party tools like Google Translate, or used as a stand-alone solution.
You can process documents on Windows using Merops Desktop, or use the Merops Cloud API, to integrate into your existing workflow.
If you want to review or copyedit documents, Merops comes with a plug-in for Microsoft Word to help you review changes. The underlying document structure is displayed with colour-coding. This means faster reviewing and simplifies XML checking (if needed).
Merops also includes tools to speed up reviewing and editing, like rejecting multiple similar changes at once.Find out more
Merops can recognize all components of citations and references. It then automatically cross-checks them with online databases like PubMed and Crossref. They can be standardized using hundreds of individual style choices, or made correct and consistent.
Merops can even convert between author-date, numeric, and footnote references.Find out more
Merops can detect everything from the document title and author by-line, to references, figure and tables. It can format, reword, sort, and style the entire document to match your house style, or make it consistent. Merops can generate keywords, glossaries, running heads, copyright information, and more.
Automatic text-editing and quality analysis is contextual. For example, certain preferences are not applied to quotes and references. Merops can alert grammar errors, correct and standardize punctuation, formatting, and spelling of your content. It can recognize and standardize abbreviations and their definitions, and generate glossaries.
With over 2000 customizable editing preferences, Merops can apply ready-made style guides like APA Publication Manual, and Chicago Manual of Style, or you can make your own. It can automatically create any document format from Microsoft Word to JATS1.0 XML. Merops can extract any combination of metadata and content you require.