macroanalysis

macroanalysis

[′mak·rō·ə′nal·ə·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
Qualitative or quantitative analysis of chemicals that are in quantities of the order of grams.
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[23], based on a full discussion of the deformation mechanism of porous rocks and a combination of the methods for macroanalysis and microanalysis, established a deformation analysis model for porous rocks by abstracting porous rocks into two parts, rock skeletons and voids.
A comprehensive macroanalysis is presented in Figure 2 to facilitate comprehension of the Hall effect at the proposed 1-D hybrid magnetosensor fabricated using standard 0.18 [micro]m CMOS technology.
Giddens' most significant achievement is the combination of the microanalysis of actors and their intentions on the one hand and the macroanalysis of objective structures on the other (Smith 1983).
With this analogy, one necessarily loses the detail or "texture" of the individual text, author, or passage that lies "below." So Matthew Jockers describes "macroanalysis" (his alternative to "distant reading") as the view "from thirty thousand feet," (58) while Wai Chee Dimock more skeptically asks, "is the loss of the text a price worth paying in order to project literature onto a large canvas?
The macroanalysis also reveals that there are two distinct clusters of CEECs, which cluster with either the CME- (CEEC CME) or the LME-group (CEEC LME).
A volume in the University of Illinois Press series Topics in the Digital Humanities, Macroanalysis introduces a particular approach to the digital humanities.
The literary historians Matthew Jockers and Franco Moretti have proposed some possibilities of the computational "macroanalysis" of digital data and metadata, for instance, keyword searches and verbal pattern analysis within and between texts; mapping the movements of texts and persons in space and time; and network analysis, the mathematical modeling of relationships between entities, for instance--even if neither Jockers nor Moretti suggests them--gender and author portraits.
applied to the data and focused on a macroanalysis that was provided in
However, when analysis is not limited to the wood processing sector, there is abundant material, both macroanalysis and microanalysis, focusing on the influence of exporting (e.g., the neoclassical, endogenous growth and heterogeneous trade theories), all of which provide relatively complete and appropriate interpretative and analytical frameworks concerning export decisions.
While digital methods enable one to examine radically larger archives than those assembled in the past, a transformation that Matthew Jockers characterizes as a shift from micro to "macroanalysis," the fundamental assumptions about texts and meaning implicit in these tools and in the criticism resulting from use of these tools belong to a much earlier period of literary analysis.