Subject Area Keywords
Intelligence analysis, Intelligence studies/education
Current intelligence community analytic standards encourage the use of structured analytic techniques; these are taught in training programs and supported by analytic tradecraft cells. Yet resources are scarce, timely personalized help is not available to all when it is most needed, and conditions for the improper selection and misapplication of these techniques prevail. The Structured Analytic Technique Advisor (SAnTA) is an electronic interactive job aid that recommends structured analytic techniques to analysts, based on the current state of their analysis and on the synthesized expertise of tradecraft staff. SAnTA is undergoing formative evaluation and iterative development. When released, SAnTA will provide individualized support to a large number of analysts every day.
Linton, Frank; Brown, Mark; Falk, Casey; Zimmermann, Mark; and Beebe, Sarah. "Choosing an SAT with SAnTA: A Recommender System for Informal Workplace Learning." Journal of Strategic Security 8, no. 5 (2015):
Available at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jss/vol8/iss5/8