Analyses
An overview on analyses dashboard and how to use them
Sample console
First thing first, what is the difference between the analysis dashboard and console dashboard?
Analysis is a type of dashboard whose visualization remains the same and is built for a specific use-case or specific set of entities. Consoles, on the other hand, are customizable dashboards that you can use to visualize one or more kinds of entities. They help you track metrics, filter on different categories, and understand on-ground performance.
They help you track metrics, filter on different categories, and understand on-ground performance

โฌฃ Hex Heatmaps

Dashboard to analyze/visualize the distribution of metrics across different areas and times.
Hex heatmaps help us understand the distribution of metrics and important KPIs across different areas at different times.
It helps us understand the patterns, behavior, and inherent characteristics of a particular area and the associated metrics.
Hex Heatmaps
Hex heatmaps are useful to find answers to crucial questions like:
    1.
    Which areas do users cancel the most?
    2.
    On what days of the week should we send promotions to users and in which areas
    3.
    What are the order patterns of users in area X?
If you want to know more about the use cases that involve hex heatmaps, check the article down below ๐Ÿ‘‡

๐Ÿ”’ Fixed Assets

Dashboard to analyze/visualize metrics for any immovable assets like warehouses, restaurants, bike stations
For a company, fixed assets are entities of their business that donโ€™t move as time passes. A fixed asset is a big enough entity that can influence how the supply or demand behaves. Hence, it is imperative to analyze how these locations perform and behave in context to users or partners, or vehicles.
Static analysis dashboard
Fixed Asset analysis is useful to find answers to crucial questions like:
    1.
    Do users search within x km of the restaurant?
    2.
    Which station sees the highest idle time for vehicles before they are booked again?
    3.
    Which warehouse sees the highest number of order returns?

๐Ÿ“Š Comparison Analysis

Dashboard to analyze/visualize metrics for any two different entities or operations like Demand vs Supply
Comparison analysis helps you understand the relationship between different entities ( say, supply and demand).
For example how many users(demand) do you lose because of idle drivers (supply).
In this kind of analysis, the aim is to give insights on when and where these gaps occur and what are the reasons behind them.
Supply demand analysis
Comparison analysis is useful to find answers to crucial questions like:
    1.
    What kind of orders/rides are getting delayed? Understand the delay in terms like order value, order type, or any other metric.
    2.
    Where is churn occurring? Which areas are users searching but not ordering or booking?
    3.
    Where/When are drivers canceling rides? Where are the drop-offs occurring?

๐Ÿ—พ Routes Analysis

Dashboard to analyze/visualize the to-from movement, it could be trips, delivery, or shipments
It is helpful for companies that have their assets moving from point A to point B. Essentially it helps you track delays in shipments, SLA breaches, average delivery time, total distance traveled for reverse logistics, and so on.
Routes Analysis
Routes Analysis is useful to find answers to crucial questions like:
    1.
    Where does the maximum delay occur during shipments?
    2.
    What is the average delivery time in area X?
    3.
    What is the total distance traveled for picking up returned orders?
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