"Analysis: Pharmacists break down material into its constituent parts to determine its parts, the relationships among the parts, or the principles that organize it. Pharmacists use analysis primarily to distinguish relevant from irrelevant material. An example is selecting pertinent data on which to base a decision."2
Example: Distinguish side effects of antihypertensives from other symptoms in a particular patient.
At the analysis level, residents are able to use an in-depth understanding in their practice. In the above example, they are able to apply an in-depth understanding of the side effects of antihypertensives which enables them to distinguish what symptoms are side effects and which are not, allowing them to more effectively treat a patient.