Introduction:


The Reports tab in LP Insights is the primary location for viewing your data and generating reports. LP Insights reports give
you volume and sentiment statistics for your unstructured data and allow you to merge that information with your data set's
structured data.
The Reports tab consists of three panels:
  1. The left-hand panel is the Ad Hoc Report area where you set parameters and generate reports.
  2. The central panel displays your Report output.
  3. The right panel is the Preview Pane that displays the sentences that drive your selected category's results.

Instructions: 


To run an LP Insights report:

1. In the Report On list, select the type of report you want to run:
  • Category Tree: Shows results at the highest level in your model
  • Category Leaf: Shows results at the lowest level – the leaf level – of your model
  • Attribute: Shows results based on the selected structured attribute.
  • Word: Shows results for words found in the unstructured text.
  • Relationship: Shows statistics for linguistic relationships found in the unstructured text.
  • Attribute: Select a structured attribute to run your report on.

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2. In the Visualization list, select how you'd like the data to be presented:
  • Table. Presents data in a table view.
  • Trend. Shows data trends for a defined time period.
  • Dual Axis. Presents data as a bar graph with an additional metric layered on top of it.
  • Pie. Presents data as a pie chart.
  • Bar. Presents data as a bar graph.
  • Cloud. Shows a cloud image of volume and sentiment by words, relationships, or attributes.
  • Motion. Presents changes in data over time in a dynamic chart (requires Adobe Flash Player).
  • Heat Map. Shows category statistics using blocks of different sizes and colors.
  • Bubble. Presents data in a bubble chart.
  • Trend. Define a time period for trend reports. (This setting affects reports in Trend and Motion Chart views.)
    • Select the time unit from the dropdown list.
    • Type the number of units to trend over.
3. In the Additional Metric list, select up to 2 additional metrics to be used in the report:
4. Sort Metric. Select a metric by which report data should be sorted and choose between descending and ascending order. Sort descending.     from Z to A, or from 9 to 0.
Sort ascending, from A to Z, or from 0 to 9.
5. In the Sampling list, select the sampling mode:
  • Sampled. Run report on a smaller data sample. This option improves report performance, but decreases report accuracy
    (the resulting margin of error is provided in the report header).
  • Refined. Run report on a refined data sample—larger than sampled, but smaller than the full dataset. This option also
    sacrifices accuracy for performance, but with a smaller margin of error compared to the sampled mode.
  • To run a report in full mode (without any sampling), click the Run Full button in the Central Panel once the initial report
    results are returned.
6. In the Model list, select a classification model to report on.7. In the Category Tree list, select a specific category to report on. Selecting a root                category will show report on the whole tree.




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