I saw some thinktanks use the word "analytica" as one of the words of their name.

For example, Oxford Analytica. But I can not find the word "analytica" in my English dictionary. Is "analytica" a real word? what is the meaning?


Analytica is the Latin word from which we get the word analytics.

For example, Analytica Posteriora is the Latin title of a work by Aristotle.

Many people think Latin makes things sound more sophisticated, and in this case the word is close enough to the English one that it’s clear enough that they’re related.

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