Display most of your campaign data using filters for a better readability of your results. This allows you to:
- Select only the elements to be displayed based on their answer volume (example: for a MCQ, display only the questions that have obtained more than 20 answers).
- Limit the number of elements displayed (example: generate the top 5 of your most successful campaigns).
There are two types of filters:
- Dimension filter: you can filter individually from each dimension, to exclude data that should not be use when calculating your indicator.
- Chart display filter: you can also adapt the display of the chart itself, for a better reading of your results. Whether to highlight certain calculations (average, variance...) or after a change in the type of chart (bars, wordcloud...), the display filter allows you to adapt the information displayed for an easier analysis.
Example of Dimension filter
When you configure a statistical report, you can control the display of the data you consider most relevant for each dimension.
Click on one of your dimensions,
Once the dimension is open, click on the dimension setting icon,
The setting panel appears.
All you have to do is make your display choices.
Two options are available, individually or in combination:
- "Display X elements", allows you to make a "Top", i. e. to display only a certain number of values on your chart.
For the example we choose to display 5 elements, i.e. 5 campaigns.
- "Show elements only when", allows you to filter your data according to their value, with operators superior, superior or equal to, inferior, inferior or equal to, equal, different from.
Select the operator and set the value.
For the example, we choose to display values less than or equal to 80, i.e. campaigns with less than 80 answers.
Once you have made your selection, all you have to do is save your settings.
Your chart is now personalised:
Display before and after customisation: a considerable gain in visibility to focus on the essentials!
Example of Chart display filter
Let's take the example of a report in which we study the results of our campaigns, based on the crossing of two dimensions: Answers and Date.
To obtain this chart we had previously configured the Answers dimension :
Then the Date dimension:
Our chart represents the average of collected answers between January 8, 2017 and February 8, 2018.
To focus on the most important data to analyse, we want to display only the 5 dates on which our campaigns were the least successful, based on the average of collected answers.
To achieve this, all you need to do is:
1 - Click on the display settings of your chart
2 - Select an Average display
3 - Complete the display filters
We limit the display to 5 elements, and only display values greater than 1, in order to obtain only representative data.
Here is the result: the 5 days with the lowest average of answers to our campaigns, between January 8, 2017 and February 8, 2018.
All you have to do is register.
Now you know how to customise all your reports to focus on the essentials!