Welcome to the Loom Help Centre.
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What is Loom Analytics?
Loom Analytics is an online legal analytics system. Loom encodes and categorizes information contained within legal decisions.
Running Your First Report
We've made running your first report simple so you can see the information you want in seconds.
Research And Classification Methodology
This document is an overview of the methodology used to generate Loom’s dataset for the Civil (tort and contract law) practice area.
A rundown of Loom Analytics methodology, including data exclusions.
Case Law Search
The Case Law Search Report provides a list of relevant case law based on selected search parameters.
The Outcome Search Report provides a percentage breakdown of hearing and trial outcomes that occurred within a specific date range.
Decision Turnaround Time
The Decision Turnaround Time report allows you to view the average number of days it takes a judge/master to publish their decision after the last date of the hearing.
Beneath the three main report types in the report centre is a variety of One-Click Reports. These reports allow you to run more focused searches quickly without having to use the main reports and then narrow your results further.
Customizing Your Search
The 'Refine Search' button is located in the top right corner of each of our reports. By clicking this button, the 'Advanced Report Settings' menu will appear.
An in-depth description of all customizable fields in a Loom Report and their purpose, as well as the default settings available.
From the account settings page, you can update your user profile, set your default report settings, set up your billing information, choose your access timeframe, and sign up for the Loom newsletter.
If you are having trouble accessing your Loom account due to forgotten credentials, there are several options available for retrieving your account.
Default Report Settings
Before you start using Loom, use the default settings page to select your default province, court, and practice area.