List of Pre-Defined Panels

Pre-Defined Panels in Loop's new reporting engine

Written by Aniko Villeneuve
Updated over a week ago

Loop’s new reporting engine provides a list of predefined panels for analyzing submitted data. These have been documented below:

  • Response Count (Number)

  • Response Count (Table)

  • Response Count Table

  • Response Count by Local Time

  • Survey Response by Local Hour

  • Heat Maps

In addition, once a category is created as part of the survey creation workflow, additional panels become available to help you analyze responses to specific questions. For example, if your survey includes questions on cleanliness, food selection and NPS, panels also appear for these categories.

Finally, each panel can be customized and visualization options changed to view the data in the form of a graph, a heat map, a number or a table.

Response Count (Number)

As the name implies, this panel shows the number of responses that have been received over a specified period of time.

Response Count (Table)

This panel can be used to determine the number of responses received per hour for all locations in a tabular format. Three columns are outlined in the table as follows:

Survey Response Date

This column lists the date and time for which received responses are displayed.

Local Time Local Hour

This column displays the local time at the location for which the number of received responses are displayed.

Survey Response Count

This column displayed the number of responses recorded for the date and time specified in that row.

Response Count by Local Time

This panel displays the number of responses received for surveys at all locations per hour over the past week. It is a different way to visualize the Response Count (Table) panel as the information presented here is via a line graph.

Survey Responses by Local Hour

This panel provides yet another way to visualize the response count data over time. Instead of showcasing the trend of responses received via a line graph or via a table, this panel instead allows you to view the number of responses received per hour on a specific date for all locations via a heatmap.

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