The analyze text function works by checking your documents for content that exists in our library. You can then use this to create a quiz, create a playlist, or view available high yield notes.
How to analyze text
Once you've uploaded a document into your workspace, click on the Analyze Text button here:
Osmosis will then check the document for any keywords or terms that exist within our library. Once the analysis is complete, you'll see the Lecture Analysis page with recommendations:
You can then choose to view all videos in the analyzed document, take a quiz, or create a playlist based on the video suggestions:
Read more on playlists here.
In the event that the document doesn't contain any medical concepts, or if the abbreviations/content doesn't exist in our library, you'll see a message that there is no content to analyze.