AnalyzeAssist analyzes the files you specify against the specified list of memories. It displays a report of how many matches there are for your documents in the specified memories. You can specify any match ranges you like; AnalyzeAssist will report how many segments in your documents fall into each match range (along with corresponding word/character counts).
The default match ranges are as follows:
100% 95-99% 85-94% 0-84%
The format is simple: one range to a line, consisting of either one number or a range of numbers (smallest to largest), optionally separated by a hyphen (-), and with optional percent signs (%).
The following are some examples of acceptable ranges.
100% 95-99 85%-94% 50 - 84 25 49 1% 24% 0
The following are some examples of incorrect ranges.
100%-95 (reason: bigger followed by smaller)
95-99-88 (reason: more than two numbers on a line)
50 to 84 (reason: numbers separated by word "to")
You can edit these defaults in the file "match_ranges.txt", or (recommended) from AnalyzeAssist directly, by accessing the Tools >> Preferences menu. You can also set this preference in the Analysis Wizard.