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4οΈβ£ Section 4: Analysis

π Analysing a file

**π The Library**

**π The Report tab**

**π The Analysis tab**

**π· Screenshotting your maps**

β¨ Transforms Filters: Tracing paths

β¨ Transforms Filters: Zoom

β¨ Transforms Filters: Focus or exclude factors

β¨ Transforms Filters: Top factors and links

β¨ Transforms Filters: Combine opposites

β¨ Transforms Filters: Remove brackets

β¨ Transforms Filters: Include or exclude hashtags

β¨ Transforms Filters: Collapse factors

β¨ Transforms Filters: Autocluster

β¨ Transforms Filters: π§² Magnetic labels

π¨ Formatters: Overview

π¨ Formatters: Link label position

π¨ Formatters: Labels

π¨ Formatters: Labels - Tally

π¨ Formatters: Labels - Surprise

π¨ Formatters: Sizes

π¨ Formatters: Colour factor text red

π¨ Formatters: Translation

π¨ Formatters: Colour links

π¨ Formatters: Colour factors

π¨ Formatters: Label wrapping

π¨ Formatters: Factor spacing

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**Tables tab overview****π The Links Table**

**π₯ The Sources Table**

π The Factors table

**π The Statements Table**

**π¬ The Mentions Table**

**β The Questions Table**

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**The Closed Question Blocks Table**π Comparisons

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## The Factors table

See also features in π Tables which are common to all tables.

The factors table presents the factors applied during coding. There are columns for label, factor memo, and columns for any other fields you have provided, maybe βdomainβ for instance. The app also calculates some additional fields like:

`betweenness`

Β (how central is the factor in the map?)

`incoming_links`

(how many links come in to this factor? - or more precisely, what is the total number of citations of all the links coming in to this factor?)

`outgoing_links`

Β (how many links come out of this factor?- or more precisely, what is the total number of citations of all the links going out of this factor?)

This table is an overview which can help us to understand which factors are reported most frequently, and to view and understand metadata likeΒ memos. As usual, this table responds to any filters you have applied on the left-hand side and can be additionally sorted and filtered.

The factors table has two presets:

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`codebook`

Β preset which lists all factors used in the file without any metrics, this is useful for reports.

`Top factors`

Β shows you the factor label and source count so you can easily see which factors were most mentioned.

As with all tables, you can create your own table. For example, sometimes it can be useful to break down hierarchical labels into first, second, third levels and so on. By clicking adding levels in the columns box you can view a break down of factorsβ hierarchies.

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