Combine the power of highlights on qualitative data with a quantitative visualization of your highlights as a bar chart or line chart.
In a project, click Analyze then Bar chart or Line chart.
The bar chart displays your selected metric (see below) as a snapshot at the current point in time. As you create new highlights in your project, the bar chart will be updated. It does not show historical data.
The line chart shows historical data, displaying your selected metric over time, which can help you see changes in your data over time.
For example, if you’re collecting user feedback and tagging regularly, the line chart can help you keep track of increases or decreases in feature requests or customer satisfaction through automatic sentiment analysis.
Note: Data for the line chart is calculated every day at midnight UTC. This means the line chart will appear empty for new projects.
To the right of the chart is the legend, which is also an interactive filter.
Click the Expand icon to expand a tag group, then click Select all to show bars or lines for all of the tags within the group. From here, you can also select or deselect individual groups or tags to show on the chart by clicking the checkbox next to each group or tag.
By default, the chart only displays data for each group of tags. The number on the chart is a ‘roll-up’, calculated by adding together all of the numbers from the tags inside the group.
Dovetail’s charts can show three metrics, each of which give you a slightly different perspective on your data.
There are several toggles to change how your data is presented. These can be found near the top right of the chart, above the legend / filters.
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