Spreadsheet lovers unite! 📊

You can easily export the raw data behind the analysis from within the Relative Insight dashboard. 

Generating an export

  1. From the ‘Explore’ screen, use the sentence builder to define what you want to look at
  2. At the top of the table, click ‘Export’
  3. A .csv export will be downloaded to your computer

Understanding the report

Now it’s going to get a bit technical… 🤓

Item - The word, phrase, topic tag code, grammar tag code or emotional category 

Frequency within primary language set - The number of occurrences of the item within your primary language set

Relative frequency within primary language set - The frequency of the item in your primary data set, normalised based on the word count

Frequency within comparison language set - The number of occurrences of the item within your comparison language set

Relative frequency within comparison language set - The frequency of the item in your comparison data set, normalised based on the word count

Relative difference – The relative frequency of your primary language set divided by the relative frequency in the comparison language set 

Significance - The log-likelihood significance score for the comparison. Positive values indicate that the item occurs significantly more in the primary language set, negative values indicate it occurs more in the comparison language set. The greater the value (positive or negative) the stronger the confidence.

Significant - This shows if the result is statistically significant as follows:

  • Over - 99%+ statistically significant in the primary language set
  • Under - 99%+ statistically significant in the comparison language set 
  • No - Statistically insignificant, these results are not displayed in the platform but will display in the exported results 
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