In Logikcull, you can easily change the way the data is deduplicated from the filter carousel.
Filtering on Documents with Duplicates
Simply open the filter carousel, navigate to Deduplication View, and select the Dedupe filter you want to use. Changing deduplication views is not permanent.
Global (Horizontal) deduplication means that Logikcull will show you only unique data across your project, inclusive of families (i.e. attachments).
Custodian (Vertical) deduplication means that Logikcull will show you unique data within the silos of your respective custodians/people in your project.
No Dedupe means that Logikcull will show you ALL the data in your project regardless if it was duplicative of another document in your project.
Your project has a default filter view you will see when you first login. When you clear a search, it will also default to that. If you did not change it during project creation, it defaults to a horizontal/global deduplication view.
Important note on filter views and saved searches
⚠️ The deduplication filter view and culled/unculled filter view are each saved as parameters in a saved search. For example, if you are in the Global Dedupe view and you run a saved search that was saved in the No Dedupe view, the filter view will update to reflect the parameters of the saved search. However, if you run a saved search using the Advanced Search Builder, the filter view will NOT be updated automatically. The best practice is to limit use of the Advanced Search Builder to saved searches that all share the same filter view.
What documents are hidden in Deduplication?
To review documents that were removed from the Global Dedupe view, switch to "No Dedupe" and enter this in the search bar:
To review documents that were removed from the Custodian Dedupe view, switch to "No Dedupe" and select a custodian from the filter carousel, then enter this in the search bar:
Filtering on documents with duplicates
You can also make use of the QC Tag "Has Duplicates" to easily and quickly find documents that have duplicates associated with them. Keep in mind, this QC Tag is applied to all instances of the duplicative document, including the original.