hi translators!

thank you for your efforts so far, it's really exciting to see jamovi available in so many languages.

this is a quick note to let you know that if you've added a recent translation for jamovi (one which isn't available in the desktop version just yet), i've made the translations available from the cloud version. you can see how your translation appears here:

https://cloud.jamovi.org

currently, the cloud version does not let you choose a translation from a list (the way the desktop version does), so you'll need to set your browser language settings accordingly.

for the desktop version, we've introduced the idea of in development and production translations. here's a description:

By default, translations will be designated in development. Translations which are in development will not be automatically assigned to users who's device is set to that language, and must be selected from the language menu. Once designated as production, users who's device is set to that language will be presented with that language (provided they have their language settings set to system default).

To transition a language from in development to production, you can add a "X-Status: production\n" line to the raw .po file. Feel free to drop the jamovi admins a line if you don't feel confident doing this.

Component Translated Unfinished Unfinished words Unfinished characters Untranslated Checks Suggestions Comments
jamovi-i18n MIT 67% 4,111 15,346 93,249 4,068 54 9 1
jmv-i18n MIT 53% 16,474 148,587 1,086,746 16,428 62 14 0
scatr-i18n MIT 58% 400 3,473 21,210 380 25 7 0
Glossary jamovi MIT 59% 164 480 2,386 164 0 5 0

Overview

Project website www.jamovi.org
Instructions for translators

Welcome

Welcome and thank you for your willingness to contribute to jamovi with translations. This is the place where we host translations for jamovi (the statistical spreadsheet; https://www.jamovi.org/) itself. If you would like to contribute to the jamovi documentation please visit https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/jamovidocs/ and if you would like to contribute to the translation of the jamovi textbook (Learning statistics with jamovi; lsj) please visit https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/lsjdocs/

Important information for translators

Translations for each language are designated one of three statuses; production, in development, or hidden. By default, translations will be designated in development. Translations which are in development will not be automatically assigned to users who's device is set to that language, and must be selected from the language menu. Once designated as production, users who's device is set to that language will be presented with that language (provided they have their language settings set to system default).

To transition a language from in development to production, you can add a "X-Status: production\n" line to the raw .po file. Feel free to drop the jamovi admins a line if you don't feel confident doing this.

There are some special characters that are used for formatting parts of the strings that you may translate. If you find terms preceded by the $-sign (e.g., $key) or enclosed by curly brackets {} (e.g., {n}) or backticks ` (e.g., `data`), they should be kept as they are (it is perhaps easiest to just copy-and-paste them from the original English string). * are also used for formatting (* means italics and ** means bold), but here the words between them have to be translated.

When translating, Weblate offers you "Automatic suggestions" from Google Translate, Microsoft Translator, DeepL (availability may vary depending on the target language). The button / tab for switching it on / showing it is around the lower third of the screen.

Project maintainers User avatar sjentsch User avatar jonathon-love User avatar damiandropmann
Translation license MIT jamovi-i18n jmv-i18n scatr-i18n jamovi

String statistics

Strings percent Hosted strings Words percent Hosted words Characters percent Hosted characters
Total 49,648 359,978 2,550,810
Source 1,899 13,414 94,955
Translated 57% 28,499 53% 192,092 52% 1,347,219
Needs editing 1% 109 1% 1,256 1% 8,887
Read-only 3% 1,824 3% 13,298 3% 94,297
Failing checks 1% 141 1% 1,499 1% 10,339
Strings with suggestions 1% 35 1% 184 1% 1,148
Untranslated strings 42% 21,040 46% 166,630 46% 1,194,704

Quick numbers

359 k
Hosted words
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Translated
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Translated
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hi translators!

thank you for your efforts so far, it's really exciting to see jamovi available in so many languages.

this is a quick note to let you know that if you've added a recent translation for jamovi (one which isn't available in the desktop version just yet), i've made the translations available from the cloud version. you can see how your translation appears here:

https://cloud.jamovi.org

currently, the cloud version does not let you choose a translation from a list (the way the desktop version does), so you'll need to set your browser language settings accordingly.

for the desktop version, we've introduced the idea of in development and production translations. here's a description:

By default, translations will be designated in development. Translations which are in development will not be automatically assigned to users who's device is set to that language, and must be selected from the language menu. Once designated as production, users who's device is set to that language will be presented with that language (provided they have their language settings set to system default).

To transition a language from in development to production, you can add a "X-Status: production\n" line to the raw .po file. Feel free to drop the jamovi admins a line if you don't feel confident doing this.

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