Analysis of the topic
If you want to analyze only one topic, just go to the Analytics section and select the topic to analyze.
Once analytics are generated for the selected topic, you can further filter over the outputs using the filter bar.
You can choose to analyze periods (DATE), specific sources (SOURCE), specific authors (AUTHOR), or, for example, analyze only negative articles (SENTIMENT).
Analysis of two or more topics
If you want to analyze more than one topic, select all the topics you want to analyze at once. You can compare up to 5 topics with each other in this way.
You can also filter over the results using the filter bar.
On the other hand, if you want to remove a topic from an already created analytics, you can do so simply by using the cross next to the topic.
On the other hand, if you want to add another topic, you can use dots:
Search term analysis via archive
If you need to analyze a term that you searched for via the media archive, just go to the Analytics section and search for the term in the top bar of the media archive. The analytics will adapt immediately.
Label analysis – if you want to analyze only articles with a label, just select the label instead of the topic in the Analytics section. Analytics will generate results only over those articles that match the given label.
Analysis of a specific term in a topic – if you want to analyze only a specific term in a specific topic, just search for the term in the media archive bar in Analytics and then choose a topic to refine the search.