Reports section within Factors is the primary destination for viewing the results of an analysis. This article covers the Report Screen in detail and the customisation options offered.

Top Bar

The Top Bar captures the following information and actions

  1. Report Name

  2. Tabs such as

    1. Report Tab : Captures the results of the analysis in the form of a chart as well as a table

    2. Insights (coming soon) : Automated analysis on changes to the result or report by comparing against a previous time frame

    3. Activities (coming soon) : Catalogue of the activities registered which are associated with this report

    4. Related (coming soon) : Showcases charts for reports which are marked as 'related' to the current report being viewed

  3. Actions to Save the Report, Close and Exit from the Report Screen as well as Share the Report with other users

  4. Edit Query opens up the Report Builder to make changes to the analysis

Report Tab

The report tab which captures the results of the analysis in the form of a chart as well as a table and provides the following configuration options to the end user

  1. Select the Date Range for the Report along with an option to compare the report across two date ranges

  2. Select the chart type for visualization

Charts

Charts section visualises the analysis result for the configured date range and chart type. The charts within Factors are interactive with rich tooltips which provide additional information on each data point.

Charts may show only a subset of the analysis result, especially if 'group by' conditions have been applied. This is done to limit the volume of data which is visualized in the chart and hence improve the readability. In situations where the chart shows only a subset of the data, the specific rows being visualized can be controlled from the Table. Legends are placed below the chart area

Table

Table section provides the analysis results with a limit of 100K rows per result. Tables in Factors support the following functionalities

  1. Sortable by clicking on the arrows next to the column heads

  2. Searchable and the results are instantly filtered to reflect the search

  3. Paginated with control for the user to select the number of rows per page

The checkbox adjacent to each row is highlighted to reflect the subset of data being visualised in the chart above.

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