Don't waste your time on playing with an analyzer. Learn to color print the proper way by looking at the print and adjusting the filter pack to get the right balance. In no time at all you will be able to bang out spot on prints. Analyzers suffer from "subject failure" and will drive you nuts. I don't know one professional printer that uses an analyzer. They are good however for determining initial exposure.

The processor is just a box with gears and rollers that takes your exposed paper in at one end, drags it thru a bunch of nasty chemicals and then drops it out the other end all developed and hopefully dried.