Dashboards are a great way to get an overview of all your data in just one glance. They serve as the perfect tool for understanding how different pieces fit together and can be used when making decisions about what information you want next or if there's anything worth focusing on further. All our dashboards are dynamic so you can click on them to see and listen to the comments that make up the scores!
A donut chart is a great way to compare different data points that total 100%. These can be used in comparison with other categories at-a glance and how they relate back together as one cohesive whole.
Data visualisation charts are a great way to show large amounts of data in an easy-to understand format with visual appeal. These representations use various symbols and colours, which helps the viewer better absorb what they're seeing in their customer experience data.
The leaderboard chart is a great way to keep your employees motivated and increase competition. It's also perfect for promoting transparency in the workplace by displaying how well each channel/department/employee performed compared with others.
Combination charts let you display different types of data in a variety or ways on one chart. You can show different data sets all together at once for easy comparison.
Line charts are a type of visual representation that shows information over time. They're created by plotting points and connecting them with straight lines, which makes it easy to see how changes occur over short or long periods.
Cross-tabulations are a powerful way to visually display the data from your surveys. With them, you can see which responses overlap between different groups of people and examine relationships within each group that might not be readily apparent when looking at just total response rates alone.
The heat map chart is a two-dimensional visual representation of data, where values are encoded in colours to deliver an insightful view on information. Essentially this type if chart appears like any other table with rows and columns denoting different sets or categories but instead each cell holds one value from each category respectively - making it easy for you identify high concentration areas within your findings.
Word Cloud Charts are a quick and easy way to see what words pop up the most in your text. They're also great for seeing how often various phrases or sentences occur, which can help you detect any trends that might be occurring within it.
Bar charts are a great way to show the distribution of data points or perform comparisons across different subgroups. You can see which groups appear most often, and how other less-populated categories compare against them.
Stacked Bar Charts can be used to show the difference between two groups when one variable is categorical and another continuous. This is done by dividing each bar in a standard stacked bar graph into multiple sub-bars, which correspond with different levels of second category identified on y axis - just like regular Bars Chart but now we have more than 2 categories.
A Count is the value that represents the number of objects in a set of data.
Gauge charts are a type of data visualisation that display one value in an interesting, creative way. They help you understand your progress of a KPI against a set target.