Create evaluations in 6 steps
We used the lock down to give crowd:it a new look and have implemented many new features that will be released in the next weeks.
Our new analysis tool - create evaluations intuivly
We have made the evaluations even more intuitive. We have placed great emphasis on adopting the user perspective to create evaluations step by step:
- Step 1: Select area to be evaluated
- Step 2: Select chart type – e.g. scatter plot, bar chart or line
- Step 3: Select data series
- Step 4: Refine data
- Step 5: Choose chart layout
- Step 6: export as .png or .csv
And at any time you can see in the preview window how the current selection affects the result. So you can see immediately whether the created chart corresponds to what you intend to do.
Step 1: Select area to be evaluated
At the beginning it can be decided which area should be evaluated - from the complete scenario for evacuation processes to flow rates on stairs - everything is possible with just a few clicks!
Step 2: Select chart type
Now it's time to choose the type: Depending on what you want to evaluate, the chart type can be selected. New: from now on, barcharts are also available! An overview of the different diagram types can be found here.
Step 3: Select data series
Now let's get down to business, the selection of the data series. Many different data series are available here, already pre-sorted by the selection of the chart type and the evaluation area.
In order to find the desired data series more quickly, you can filter according to the x-axis and y-axis. As soon as you click on Calculate in the right window area, the resulting graph is calculated in the preview.
Step 4: Refine data
Should the data be further aggregated, e.g. summed, averaged, or minimum and maximum displayed? This can be set in this step. Due to our modular structure, completely individual time periods of the aggregation can be set. The result of the selection is displayed again immediately after setting in the preview window for maximum control.
Step 5: Choose chart layout
Here, settings for layout and design are made. Axis labels, size, title - everything is individually adjustable and the result is directly visible in the preview window.
Step 6: export as .png or .csv
Now the finished chart can be exported - either directly as .png, or also the raw data series as .csv for further processing in Excel.
Happy evaluation wishes you your crowd:it team!
We are always happy to receive feedback and suggestions for improvement at firstname.lastname@example.org