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This guide will teach you how to add and configure an Analytics view to your device in Formant.
Check out the video below to see an example of an Analytics configuration, and see a step-by-step walkthrough of how to create an Analytics view and add modules:
- In Formant, in the upper-left corner, open the menu and select the device for which you want to view Analytics.
- In the header, click the right chevron >> Add View >> Analytics, or type Shift + D and select Analytics. This will add an Analytics view to your device.
Click the pencil icon >> + (plus) icon to add an Analytics module.
- Under Values, click Add..., and then select your data source: Tasks or Streams:
- Tasks: Select a task summary which contains the data you want to visualize.
- Streams: You can plot historical stream data for your device directly from Formant.
To visualize task summaries, you must first upload a task summary format, and then task summaries in that format, to Formant via the Task Summary API. For more information, see Task summaries.
- Once your module has been created, you can configure the data presentation via the built-in editor, or using your own custom SQL queries:
|Display name of this analytics module.
|Visualization type for this analytics module.
Visualizations available: Line, Bar, Table, Pie, Summary.
|Data series to plot in this analytics module.
|X-axis groupings for this data set.
Groupings available: None, Hour, Date, Day of week, Week, Month, Year
|Click this button to open the SQL editor. You can see the SQL query which is generating the current data visualization, and customize this with your own SQL to create custom visualizations.
To customize the SQL query used to generate your data visualization, click the Advanced button. This will open the SQL editor for this module, where you can enter your own SQL query and customize your data visualization:
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Updated about 1 month ago