Is it possible that the server does not handle text that has embedded tags like this one <|endofprompt|>? Only asking because that was a problem on another tool I had tried. This is the doc I was trying to process: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2303.12712.pdf
It would be great if it compare data from two different documents I was trying Spreadsheets.
It didn’t like my multi-tab xlsx file.
I tried putting multiple tables on one sheet. It didn’t like that also.
I’ve tried other services that are similar and the temperature is so low I wanted to be a little bit more creative and expound upon what is inside of the PDF documents other programs have been a little too strict at specifically sticking to the PDF document is this software similar in the way that it’s framed? Because my law school outline has a bunch of different cases in terms and definitions Will it expound upon those cases and definitions based upon the outline I have or will it only specifically stick to the information within the PDF document?
Sharly shall give you more control on how you want to frame your answer, either you want it to be as simple as possible or lengthy and elaborated. Also, it’s not limited to analysing PDF only - you can upload a variety of other documents
I’m excited to see how these doc analysers develop. My first try with Sharly was an edited volume with multiple authors presenting different and conflicting views on a topic. Sharly didn’t do a good job of recognising this, and its summary read like there was a single author.