These still let you drill down to see a single eye in a portrait or a grape in a still life.
It's always useful to drill down to the mechanics of a market, rather than considering it in abstract.
The data is collected by month, but by clicking on a month, you can drill down a step further into the day-by-day activity.
Clicking on one of the timelines, you can drill down one level more into the details of that day across several spectrums.
"CDO pools are examined with a drill down to underlying assets and stress testing of the underlying asset pools," IKB bragged.
Some weeks before the boys had formed a bucket brigade, as it is termed, and they had the drill down to perfection.
drill down to it, melt it with heat, and it was water again, ready to be pumped and put to use.
They could use the publicity, too—someone to go and drill down on which clinics are legit and which ones are clip-joints.
While he awaited deliverance he found himself irked and, to while away the time, set his drill down haphazard and began to bore.
Notice that you need not drill down the whole depth of the connector, because the bottom part is not burned to the post.
(Or "drill-down analysis") To examine data in greater detail, especially, in reporting, to interactively select some item from a summary and display the data that contributed to that item, broken down by some extra parameter.
For example, when viewing your company's total worldwide sales for each month of this year, you might drill down to see October's sales by country, then again to see October's sales in Afghanistan by product and so on.
This kind of analysis is often supported by some kind of data warehouse.