a detailed level of abstraction, often used when referring to the coarseness of a particular analysis, as in: “We need to get more granular on those Asian revenue projections, China needs separate numbers”; can imply that the work under review or the thinking it represents is insufficiently sophisticated or not specific enough for implications to be drawn out; related to the term texture, which suggests a level of metaphorical magnification that allows details to be seen; obliquely related to color, which references elements that provide greater impact or nuance

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