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1) Analyze various texts
2) Parse / Identify clauses
3) Determine sentence structure
4) Determine mood/tone of sentence
5) Identify importance of keywords (and analyze their impact on clause)
6) Identify themes (as well as theme conflicts)
7) Identify prominent imagery and determine it's significance
P.A.N. (Poetry ANalyzer) takes any text and parses it by breaking the text into clauses, or sentences.
Then the real fun begins, for each clause that is identified, P.A.N. determines the mood in which it was written, and identifies sentence structure.
After that, various keywords are identified to isolate primary imagery within each clause.
PAN takes all this and more behind the scenes information in order to give you P.A.N.'s own interpretation of the text.
In other words, PAN is like a fresh new perspective showing how the text may be perceived.
This program is so much more than what the word implies. P.A.N.'s intelligence allows you insight into a deeper meaning, further understanding of any text you wish.
PAN truly can evolve the influence of the written word and more importantly, our understanding of it.
P.A.N. functions by first separating your text into clauses.
Each clause is then analyzed separately. Mood, tone and structure of sentence is determined at this level.
Afterwords, keywords and preliminary imagery are identified and analyzed.
Finally complementing and conflicting themes are identified.
The simplicity of P.A.N.'s operating concepts is what makes this unique program so effective. The techniques utilized in this one of a kind program allow further meaning in any and all forms of literature.
You can use this "Literature Analyzer" to analyze and interpret:
2) Novel Excerpts
3) Magazine Articles
4) Famous/Inspirational Quotes
and anything else you can put into words, and would enjoy another perspective.