Copy an Analysis to a different dataset
Easily copy an analysis to a different dataset by using the new 'Make a copy > Copy to dataset' option in the dataset menu from the Home screen.
Note: Copying an analysis that uses Concepts to a Dataset with different 'Domain Knowledge' is likely to cause some of the Analyses Concepts to be 'Broken'. See below.
Analyses are auto corrected when copying between datasets or after domain knowledge updates
There are two scenarios where an Analysis can become broken due to the Concepts saved within it no longer existing in the Dataset:
When you copy an Analysis to a Dataset that has different Concepts
When a datasets 'Domain Knowledge' is updated (sometimes referred to as its 'Ontology')
Ipiphany will now attempt to intelligently auto correct these scenarios. When it cannot find a similar enough Concept it will flag the Analysis as broken.
Stopped filtering Key Examples in the Preview Panel by the primary filter.
The Preview Panel's trend chart now intelligently changes what it trends based of the primary date filter of the analysis
The Preview Panel's trend chart has been improved to trend Frequency % rather that Frequency Count
The Explain Tab frequency bars will now be colored green or red by score to give you an indication if the item is positive or negative
Pattern library chips will now grey out when added as aspect filters to indicate that they have been used in the analysis
The Custom Date range filter option is now aware of the date range of your data. This should make it much faster to select a valid date range.
Fixed an issue in the Crosstab preventing you changing the first dimension from a concept to the active analysis.
Fixed an issue preventing your from being able to set a custom measure on some tools
Fixed preview panel not showing the Keywords or Word Associations options when in table view
Fixed Crosstab table column rows missing the ability to choose a scope dimension
Fixed Preview Panel Explain tab 'Add to analysis' option not working
Fixed an issue when reporting by Calendar Quarters that would cause the Painpoint Report to display an additional Quarter
Fixed an issue in the Field Type screen when creating or appending to a dataset that prevented the date format from being changed
Fixed an issue where the Crosstab would not applying the keyword type options correctly
Fixed the Crosstab column header not set when difference or impact are selected
Fixed the Overall values not being included in the Export from Crosstab
Fixed an issue where you could add Aspect filter chips with unsupported logical operators
Fixed an error that could occur when creating a new Analysis and adding a Filter
If you have any questions or comments on this release or anything Ipiphany related let us know.