Trados Studio – Export Analysis Reports

Trados Studio – Export Analysis Reports

By Trados AppStore Team



Trados Studio – Export Analysis Reports allows the user to export the Trados Studio Analysis report into the CSV format.

To learn how to use this application, please visit Export Analysis Reports in the RWS Community wiki

Technical details - Trados Studio 2022 (SR1)


  • Addressed breaking changes 
  • Sdl.Core.Globalization (Modified)
  • Sdl.Core.Globalization.Async (Added)
  • Sdl.Desktop.Platform.Controls.Behaviors.MouseDownBehavior (Deleted)

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Release date: 2023-06-21 - Trados Studio 2022 - Trados Studio 2021 - Trados Studio 2022 (SR1)

  • Addressed breaking changes 
  • Sdl.Core.Globalization (Modified)
  • Sdl.Core.Globalization.Async (Added)
  • Sdl.Desktop.Platform.Controls.Behaviors.MouseDownBehavior (Deleted) - Trados Studio 2022

No related information. - Trados Studio 2021

No related information.


The Export Analysis Reports application allows user(s) to export the SDL Trados Studio Analysis report into the CSV format using the selected Studio project(s). The application is compatible with Studio 2017 and Studio 2019.

How to use

  • Install the plugin 
  • Open Trados Studio
  • Select project(s) which contains analysis reports. If the selected project(s) does not have the "Analysis Files" batch task executed, the project(s) will not be used for the export process and the below message will be displayed:

  • Right click on the selected project(s)
  • Select "Export Analysis Reports" option (using this option, user will have automatically the selected projects checked in the "Export Analysis Reports" window)

Note: The application can be started also from the "Add-Ins" tab. (using this option, user can select the needed project from the list of projects loaded from Studio)

  • Select the target language for which the analyse files will be exported into .csv format
  • Select an output folder where the files will be created. (also additional options can be selected, see the below print scree).
  • Press on the "Export to CSV" button 

  • The report output path will be automatically saved locally when pressing on the "Export to CSV" button (user can select anytime a new path wich will be automatically saved locally). The path is saved locally at the following path: C:\Users\{UserName}\AppData\Roaming\RWS AppStore\TradosExportAnalysisReports\ExportAnalysisReportsSettings.json.

Include single file projects

User is allowed to add within the Export Analysis Reports app, the single file project(s) from Studio, using the new feature: "Include single file projects" option.

The single file projects can be included using 2 modes:

  • From Project's view -> Right click on the single file project -> Select the "Export Analysis Reports" option

  • From "Add-Ins" tab -> Click on "Export Analysis Reports" button -> Check "Include single file projects" option

Load external - Clear external/Refresh projects

User can load an external project and use it to generates reports. The projects can be removed from the list using the "Clear external/Refresh projects" button which will re-populate the Studio projects back to the list.

Note: Studio loads the external project(s) inside the projects view, which can be used afterward within the Export Analysis Reports application, only after re-opening Trados Studio.

Besides removing the external projects, the "Clear external / Refresh projects" button also reloads the projects on the UI and configure back the "Project status" selection to "All".

Note: In case the batch task "Analyse Files" was not executed on the project which user wants to load as external, the following message will be displayed (same message is displayed when user wants to open the project within the Projects view -> Right click on the project -> select the "Export Analysis Reports" option

Copy to clipboard

User can copy the content of the .csv exported files to the clipboard (for one selected project only), using the "Copy to Clipboard" button. 

To see the content, user needs to paste it into a file, like a .txt file:

Tell Me

The Export Analysis Reports version compatible with Studio 2019 allows users to access the following actions using TellMe feature from Studio:

  • Community Support
  • Wikipedia documentation
  • Download the plugin from the AppStore


The application logs information about the flow which is useful to identify issues that might occur. If some errors are catched, the ExportAnalysisReportsLogs.txt file will be created and at the following location: C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\RWS AppStore\TradosExportAnalysisReports and it will contain errors details. The file can be attached to the email / Sdl Community forum topic when a problem regarding the application is raised.

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