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the separation of a whole into its parts for study

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a form of literary criticism in which the structure of a piece of writing is analyzed

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YouAppi, a pioneer in data-driven mobile customer acquisition, today announced the availability of its Actionable Cohort Analysis.
The updated cohort analysis primarily differs from the previously described analysis of Bakkala and Wespestad (1986) by estimating a higher level of stock abundance during the late 1970's and early 1980's.
Table 4 presents a cohort analysis of participation rates at TAFE and the other non-university tertiary education institutions.
Apart from demonstrating the usefulness of the purchase rate as an alternative measurement for life insurance purchases, this study has also demonstrated the capabilities and consistency among age standardization, decomposition, and cohort analysis in analyzing life insurance whose consumption, like many other products and services, varies greatly by age class.
For the cohort analysis, each cohort's percentage of the school's referrals for the years it was in the study was charted and compared to typical percentages for those grade levels.
Limited by data availability we tried to compensate by doing cohort analysis.
She has been a vocal critic of some metrics commonly used to evaluate higher education, most notably graduation rates, but said she supports Houston Endowment's cohort analysis.
On the basis of the cohort analysis of historical data, employment for this age group was predicted to increase by 4 percent to 141.
This type of model has been previously used in the literature of synthetic cohort analysis (Deaton and Paxson 1993; Jappelli 1999).
The findings come from a national retrospective cohort analysis of Veterans Affairs hospital data.
Cohort analysis has been used by statisticians for decades, and recent advancements in data collection and processing power have made it a viable technique for online businesses to study customer loyalty trends, predict future revenues, and monitor churn.
But his findings in a large, retrospective cohort analysis suggest that this is not happening.
Data Source: Retrospective cohort analysis of 147 pregnant patients with 2009 H1N1 influenza and 740 pregnant controls.
Donnell D, Baeten JM, Kiarie J, et al Heterosexual HIV-1 transmission after initiation of antiretroviral therapy: a prospective cohort analysis.
The goal of combining TriZetto solutions and MEDai analytics is to provide a comprehensive approach to maximizing the use and benefits of care management programs and value-based incentive and reimbursement programs by including enhanced features, such as clinical risk modeling, identification and stratification, patient compliance monitoring, provider cost and utilization analysis and comparison, cohort analysis, and other health data analytic capabilities.