Step 74 of 117
The "analysis chain" method is used in the "Analytics" window of the eri-Qlife application to describe the relationship of the processes to each other and to determine the causality relations of their states. This method is used both when performing an auto-analysis and building a sequence of relationships of their mutually influencing processes while analyzing them manually.Next Exit
Step 75 of 117
“Chain of analysis” is a chain of hierarchy* of interconnected processes (cause-and-effect relationships). The "chain of analysis" is built by the System according to the principle "from general to particular", from left to right.
On the left is the most common process (or state) in the hierarchy of interactions. For example, the organ system.
* Hierarchy is the arrangement of parts or elements of a single system in order from highest to lowest. A higher hierarchical level includes lower levels. Elements of any lower level are a component of a higher level. The big consists of the small, or, one might say, "from the general to the particular."Exit Next
Step 76 of 117
It is important to note that in the KME System, the hierarchy of links between processes is built from left to right, and the main acting factor (“primary cause”) begins its influence on the process chain from right to left (see Step 77).
Therefore, correction (“Compensation”) of the state of the “primary cause” can lead to a change in the behavior and/or state of all processes included in the analysis chain (see Step 81).
Step 77 of 117
Autoanalysis shows the "primary cause" as the final link in the hierarchical chain of processes.
The "primary cause" is the main factor influencing the chain of successive hierarchical processes, starting from the rightmost step (from right to left). The root cause is highlighted with a blue background in the lists of autoanalysis results and the Marker base.
Step 79 of 117
The choice of a sequence of markers when creating a hierarchical chain to determine the main cause that affects the interaction of processes in the human body (selection and use of markers for the "Dominant" Method), in the "Manual Analysis" mode, is performed according to the principle "from general to particular", that is, " from left to right".
Step 81 of 117
If the marker representing the key cause is taken
for Compensation, the compensated Field of this process will also be
reflected in changes in the Fields of other processes in the related analytical
there is no need to select other markers in this chain for