Interface Orientation

Above is the interface presented when using one of the analysis tools within Indicative. 

The Navigation Bar

 


 On the left side of the screen is the navigation bar. It consists of 7 icons, each representing a function or group of tools within Indicative. A blue icon indicates the feature or tool that is currently in use. 

 

The Data Panel

           

On the righthand side of the screen is the Data Panel. The Data Panel houses the events,  properties, and annotations of your Indicative project. 

Every Indicative analysis begins with an event. In order to add event or user properties, which provide context around an event, you must select an event to analyze. Before adding an event, two icons will be available. The first icon represents events, organized by categories created in the Settings. To find a specific event, use the "Search Events" bar.

The second icon is Revenue, a special type of event that you can learn more about here.

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Once an event is added to the query builder, three new icons appear in the Data Panel. These are Event Properties, User Properties and Annotations. For more information on Event Properties and User Properties, click here. For more information on Annotations, click here

 

The Query Builder

 

The Query Builder is where Indicative analyses are built. It is located at the top of the Segmentation, Funnel, Cohort, and User Insights tools, and is distinguishable by its teal color.

There are three ways to add events, user properties, and user properties into the query builder:

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  • Drag and Drop into the Chart
  • Drag and Drop into the Query Builder
  • Double Click on an Event

To learn more about building a query, see our series on the query builder.  

 

The Chart

The chart is where analyses are visualized. Segmentation, Funnel, Cohort, and User Insights tools each contain unique chart types. However, all data and visualizations generated using Indicative's suite of tools will display in the same chart area. 

To learn more about building a query, see our series on the query builder.  

To learn more about a specific tool, visit:

 

 

 

 

 

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