Let's look more closely at how accounts are organized. An account in Semantria Storage & Visualization may have up to five components; each will be reviewed here.
The five components
The five components of a Semantria Storage & Visualization account are:
- Analysis Group
An account may have many projects. For example, a consultancy may have separate projects for each of its clients' brands. Within a project there are collections, analyses, analysis groups, and dashboards.
User management happens at the project level. An admin may:
- Invite relevant parties to collaborate on a project
- Grant stakeholders write permission so they can analyze and manipulate data in a project
- Restrict client-side users to read permission so they can review insights without impacting a project
Users may have many collections in a project. A collection contains one data source (e.g. a .CSV file) and any number of analyses.
Being able to analyze a collection twice or more is important. The user may want to improve the accuracy of an analysis. In order to do this, the user tunes the underlying configuration. Analyzing a collection twice allows the user to see if accuracy has improved during the tuning process.
An analysis is comprised of a processed text data set. To create an analysis the user selects a custom configuration (e.g. the Hospitality Industry Pack) and processes the text through the Semantria API.
Analysis groups, make it easier to track trends in text data over time, location, or product all on one dashboard. By linking separate but related collection analyses, groups let the user generate graphs on one dashboard for easy side-by-side comparison.
Groups in context
A market research firm is tracking user trends in iPhone reviews and Pixel reviews. The team uploads a data set of iPhone reviews to a collection and analyzes it using the Retail and eCommerce Industry Pack. Then, they upload a data set of Pixel reviews to a separate collection. They also analyze it with the Retail and eCommerce Industry Pack. The team groups the analyses of both collections together. Now, they may create a side-by-side comparison of user reviews for both phones in one widget.
The fifth component to Semantria Storage & Visualization is the dashboard. Users with write permissions may use a dashboard to generate charts and graphs based on the analyses in a collection or analysis group.
Dashboards allow for a feature-rich interaction with analyses and data sets. Users can drill-in to discover underlying conversation drivers and filter graphs to expose relationships between concepts.
Updated 6 months ago