Analysis Workspace – Venn Visualization

We are on a continuous journey to enhance and enrich the capabilities of Analysis Workspace.

Visualization library of Analysis Workspace has been growing pretty fast and we are introducing a new Venn diagram visualization in Summer 2016 release.

We already have sixteen visualizations so far and with the addition of Venn, the total number of visualizations in Analysis Workspace would reach seventeen.

A Venn diagram is a diagram using shapes (usually circles) to represent sets, with the position and overlap of the circles indicating the relationships between the sets.

Using Venn visualization an Analyst using Analysis workspace can correlate and see the overlap of various segments.

Some screen captures that depict usage of Venn viz

Venn Visualization

Venn Visualization

 

Venn Viz Segment Overlap

Venn Viz Segment Overlap

 

Venn Viz Overlap Count

Venn Viz Overlap Count

Ben Gaines (Senior Product Manager, Adobe Analytics) has demonstrated the functionality and usage of Venn visualization in a short 2.5 minutes video on Adobe Analytics YouTube Channel

Analysis Workspace – Blank Panel

A capability to add a Blank Panel in the workspace is introduced in Summer 2016 release. Analysts who start off many new projects during their exploration process might want to start everything from scratch and a clean state, now they can Go to Panels panel and drag n drop new blank panel on to Workspace canvas area.

Any visualization out of the seventeen visualizations that we support in Analysis workspace as of now can be dragged and dropped onto the blank panel.

When any visualization other than Freeform Table , Cohort Table, Text, and Venn are dragged and dropped onto Blank Panel a Freeform Table visualization is automatically added because those visualizations need data from a linked Freeform table in order to display graphs and charts on visualization pod

Blank Panel

Blank Panel

 

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