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Currently, there are two ways to access AMP:, which requires a connection to the IU VPN if not connected to one of IU's networks on campus, and, which does not. As of right now, the latter does not work properly, but it will be available soon. 

If this is your first time using AMP (or if you are not currently logged in), the URL for AMP will direct you to the login page. Before logging in for the first time, you will need to create an account. After creating your account, you will need to verify it prior to logging in for the first time. The email verification link will not be sent until approved by hand currently, so please be patient. Once your account has been verified, you should be able to log in with your email and password. 


If any files fail, please let the dev team know. Unfortunately, the message that displays after submitting files to a workflow does not specify precisely which files fail, so to determine this, you will need to find the file(s) on the Dashboard. If the file labels are the same as an existing file, this could be difficult; please let the dev team know if this happens, as they can search for the file in the database. They can also determine specifically why a file failed.

There are presently only two three working workflows: Transcript-NER-HMGM, and Transcript-NER-no Human MGM, and NER HMGM for Corrected Transcripts. The primary difference between these the first two is that the former has human intervention at several steps to improve performance/the quality of the final deliverables. These workflows achieve two primary goals: generating a transcript (whether the transcript is human-edited or not), and recognizing named entities (people, places, etc.) in said transcript.  The third skips the transcript step entirely.

The Dashboard

The dashboard allows users both to find files that have already been submitted to a workflow, as well as track the progress of files in a workflow. It contains a fairly robust search feature that allows users to filter results in a multifaceted manner, as well as sort the results. The Dashboard by default displays all job steps chronologically by date in descending order, though you are able to sort by any column ascending or descending.