How to add filters on Locale

We can apply filters to gain a better grasp of the metrics. The user can choose between two sorts of filters:

  • Category filters

  • Value filters

❓When do I use filters?

When you have to slice and dice the data across several categories and value ranges. For example:

  • What is the age group of users in areas with high cancellation rates?

  • What is the reason for cancellation - driver canceled, user canceled, unfavorable weather?

  • What is the revenue range?

✨ Note: Users can apply several filters to a single metric.

πŸ›  How can I filter based on the different properties of the metric?

This can be done with the help of the category filter.

  • For the user, user age, user gender, and so on

  • For the trip, distance, revenue, vehicle type trip frequency

πŸͺHow to add a category filter?

  • We can select from a variety of filters under the Category filter, such as amount range, distance, and so on. Multiple filters can be applied at once, and the user can search for available filters in the search filters box.

  • Once you've decided on the criteria you want, click the Add Category Filters button to finalize the process. When the filters are created, they appear on the right side of the screen. To view the sub-filter, the user can toggle the windows. For instance, the average distance per user is between 5 and 8 miles

  • You can also delete the filter by selecting it and clicking the delete icon on the filter card.

πŸ› How can I filter based on the different ranges of values for a given metric?

You can do so with the help of value filters. These filters allow the users to perform comparisons on the entities. For example, if the user wants to select all the areas with a revenue greater than $100.

Other examples include,

  • Amount range > $50

  • Distance> 5 miles

  • Number of orders < 500

  • Number of shipments between 0 to 450

πŸͺHow to add a value filter?

  • In order to create the filter, choose the Value Filter option and enter the following details:

    • Measure property: The property on which we want to add the filter

    • Comparison: Here the user enters the comparison option, which can be The greater than, lesser than, equal to, and not equal to.

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