Analysis Workspace overview
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Analysis Workspace removes all of the typical limitations of a single Analytics report. It provides a robust, flexible canvas for building custom analysis projects. Drag-and-drop any number of data tables, visualizations, and components (dimensions, metrics, segments, and time granularities) to a project. Instantly create breakdowns and segments, create cohorts for analysis, create alerts, compare segments, do flow and fallout analysis, and curate and schedule reports for sharing with anyone in your business.
This page contains basic instructions to get you started. When you have mastered the basics, you can move on to the advanced features of Workspace. They include Attribution IQ , Anomaly Detection , Contribution Analysis , Segment IQ , and Intelligent Alerts .
Here is a video overview of Workspace:
The full YouTube playlist for Analysis Workspace features is available here .
Create a simple project
A project can contain data tables and any number of visualizations to drill down into
Two ways to build a table
Common approach to analysis
Step 1: Analyze a dimension
Use definitions & examples that we have in the training tutorial - this feedback applies to all remaining steps
Step 2: Add a metric
Touch on adding calculated metrics in this section
Step 3: Change the date range
Step 4: Break down a dimension
Step 5: Apply a segment to your data
Step 6: Add basic visualizations
Share a tip about "quick viz" in this section
Step 7: Explore advanced visualizations
Highlight Flow, Fallout, Cohort, Map
- See What's New in Analysis Workspace for updates about features.
- Other things