Tip #14 – Export Graph as public URL

  In the new features put into production during lockdown, you can find : Export graph as public URL: All DataMa graphs can now be exported to your Tableau or Data Studio dashboards…or even to your web browser! This allows you to enrich your usual reports with...

Tip #13 – AddOn – Google analytics

When you want to use DataMa, you often ask yourselves how you can manage the data… How to connect my data in DataMa? How can I get my data (and therefore my graphics) updated as I go along? One of the solutions … is Google spreadsheet!  In Google...

Tip #2 – Overview chart

On DataMa Compare and DataMa Impact, you can pre-visualize the definition of Start and End using “Overview chart”  Click on the small bar chart icon on the right of “Start & End Dimension” in the left barBars show the primary metric...

Tip #3 – Aggregation %

Within DataMa solution, you have the possibility to group in one bucket all segments that represent a small share of your performance! In the setting menu,  « aggregation in % » is the aggregation level that DataMa will use to put anything that represents less than X%...

Tip #4 – Smart Dimensions

As you know, in order to explain your overall performance variation, DataMa analyses each of your dimensions independently for each step to give you the ones that best explain the variation at this step. But the tool also analyses combinations of dimensions. Either...

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