Access reporting outputs and data visualisations via Analytics. This module provides a toolset that allows self-service of heatmaps, simple on-demand charts and data table CSV exports.
- Live and historic snapshot heatmap.
1 Select Live Heatmap from the top navigation. The heatmap visualization will automatically appear once data is being collected.
2 Choose what to display beneath the heatmap layer using the three toggles
3 Use the sliders to control how the heatmap is displayed. Share settings with other team members to see the same heatmap visualisation display
4 Use the scrub bar and rewind / pause / fast foward controls to replay previous heatmap animation.5 Screenshot the view to save the image. Repeat to compare one time with another.
The heatmap display is updated once every 30 seconds. Typically the latency on the display of heatmap data is 1-2 minutes end-to-end (i.e. from the position being recorded by the SDK the app to appearing on the heatmap).
- On demand charting: create simple downloadable charts for up to 6 regions.
1 Select Charting from the top navigation. There are three charts available for simple and quick insight: Device Counts, Region Attendance, Event Attendance. For each chart, up to six regions can be selected for inclusion in the chart. Define the period by setting the start and end date/times required.2 Each chart will be generated on demand – this may take a little time, depending on the quantity of data involved. Charts can be downloaded as a PNG image.
- Data tables. These are CSV files in a structured format that enable the processed data to be exported from our platform, for import elsewhere. Every region is included.
There are two types of data table:
24-hour or full period data tables contain data in the following format:
region name, region type, deviceCount, averageDwell
Event data tables contain data in the following format:
event name, region type, deviceCount, averageDwell
1 Select Data Tables from the top navigation. To generate new data tables, click the ‘request data table’ button and follow the on-screen instructions.
2 Once data tables have been generated, you can obtain each file by mousing over and clicking on the download icon.
* On request we can also supply a visit file output which enables the data to be mapped to other data sets (e.g. demographics or other declared data from app user registration data). The inclusion of the appinstallID enables this mapping to be undertaken. The visit file has the following format:
deviceId, gripId, regionName, visitStartTime, visitEndTime
You'll need to have created regions and optionally events for charting or data tables.