The Preview panel pops out from the right side of the Analysis Screen when you click a pattern in a chart or table. It contains some basic statistics about the selected pattern at the top and 3 tabs with additional information.
- Displays the selected pattern as a purple 'filter chip'.
- Use the 'Add to analysis' button to bring up the current analysis so you can drag the 'filter chip' for this pattern into it
- Displays the statistics: Frequency %, Frequency, Primary Metric Score, Primary Metric Difference, and Primary Metric Impact
The summary tab compares the selected pattern to the overall, trends the results, and displays any sub-insights or sub-concepts if available.
The explain tab further analyses the selected pattern. This is a quick way to discovering what people are talking about without having to read as many examples directly. Clicking on a pattern in this tab will display its examples.
The examples tab is where you can read example verbatim directly.
Depending on your selected pattern the examples can display in three different formats:
- Key - see Key Examples
- Short – Displays the most relevant snippet from the example verbatim
- Long – Typically displays the full verbatim text
- Keyword in Context (KWIC) – Aligns the most relevant keyword or aspect in each snippet of text for fast scanning
Verbatim data can often provide the most informative explanation of patterns and your data. A key feature of Ipiphany is that it automatically determines the most relevant verbatim examples to display for any selected pattern or data selection.
- selecting the specific verbatim examples
- selecting the most relevant verbatim aspects (keywords, word associations and concepts)
- displaying and highlighting the most relevant specific snippets of text within the verbatim text