If a project does not have any existing dashboards the user will see a call-to-action to create a new dashboard.
Alternatively, the user may launch the dashboard wizard by clicking the icon to the right of Dashboards.
SSV now supports customizing sentiment polarity range per project.
In the sentiment range editor users can find the option to set the range for both 3-point and 5-point sentiment scales.
Document vs. Feature sentiment
It is important to note that the sentiment ranges for documents and features are separate.
Changing the Document Polarity Ranges will only affect document sentiment score polarity.
Changing the Feature Polarity Ranges will affect all features (eg. sentiment phrases, entities, themes, etc.)
The above images show the default scales for Document Polarity Ranges and Feature Polarity Ranges in both 3 and 5 point scales. Note that Document Polarity and Feature Polarity have different ranges by default.
Editing scales is useful for situations where large numbers of features or documents are categorized as a polarity that might not fit with content. For example, if query hits that are obviously positive to a reader are being assigned a negative polarity users can adjust the neutral range so that more positively scored neutral items are then assigned a positive score.
Groups lets the user display analysis output from several collections side-by-side on one dashboard. When the user has two or more analyzed collections they may create an analysis group. To create a group, click the at the center of the screen.
This will launch the group wizard.
Select the data sources from the Data column. Then, name the group.
Creating a group will generate a new tile in the data column, next to the collection tiles. The group tile will be demarcated by a gray corner and the icon of a folder.
When the user creates a new dashboard they will see the dashboard wizard
The dashboard wizard requires the completion of a few steps
- Data to use
- Analysis to use
- Dashboard name
In "Data source" select the data set to use. Then, select the desired analysis.
In "Dashboard settings" a dashboard name is required, but the note section is optional.
Sentiment on a 3 point scale will be displayed in a user's dashboard as Negative, Neutral, and Positive
Sentiment on a 5 point scale will be displayed in a user's dashboard as Very Negative, Somewhat Negative, Neutral, Somewhat Positive, and Very Positive
The user may now access the dashboard.
Widgets are the user's windows into the data. There are three types of widgets:
- Notes (text)
- Document list
Notes are places for the user to take notes and keep track of findings in their other widgets. Use them for any purpose!
A document list is a widget that displays the documents from the data set the dashboard was built from.
Charts are the widgets that will help the user visualize and gain insights into their data.
Updated 6 months ago