When performing the analysis of a language set, Relative Insight will provide results in the form of differences, frequencies and similarities. 

You can navigate between the various results using the sentence builder.


Our differences are what make us unique and interesting…

In the context of the platform, differences are an indicator of a topic, phrase, word, grammar or emotional element being statistically more prevalent in one language set than another. 

Differences are calculated by first developing a normalised frequency based on the size of the language set.  The normalised frequencies of the language sets being compared are then divided to develop the 'relative difference'. 

The relative difference shown within the platform is an indicator of how much more prevalent a particular element is within a given language set. 


Frequency is a measure of how common a particular language element is within an individual language set, expressed as a percentage of the total word count. 


Similarities are the most frequently occurring features that your language sets have in common. 

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