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Working with indicator filters
Working with indicator filters

Filter the areas according to Indicator values.

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Written by Barbora Hinnerova
Updated over a week ago

Indicator filters are located in the Filters tool, as well as other filters. 

About indicator filters

In contrast to other filters, Indicator filters are always quantitative, presented by a slider. 

Indicator filters allow you to perform advanced filtration connected with map and indicator value.

Indicator filters enable users to filter areas based on the value of various indicators. They allow you to discover areas where the indicator achieves certain values. 

In other words, using indicator filters you are able to answer the questions e.g.: 

"What is the Turnover in areas in which the number of orders per customer is higher than 3?"

"What is the market share in areas where the population is higher than 1 500?"

How to set the Indicator filters

To reach the slider of a specific indicator filter click on the panel with its name. Set the desired range of values using the breaks. 

If you select any of the indicators from a dashboard before you set the filter, you can see how the indicator filter works in real-time. It is possible to change the range using breaks again or reset the slider to the initial state.

Once you open the indicator filter, the level of granularity in the Indicator filter menu is default and has the same value as the level of granularity in the Granularity menu. As you change the level of granularity in the Granularity menu, the level of granularity in the Indicator filter menu is changed automatically. It doesn't work the other way round.

Indicator filters have a different range of values on different granularity levels. This is caused by the fact that the data are aggregated through the specific granularity level.

For example, the data about the number of orders in a district are aggregated from all orders of all wards belonging to that district and the resulting range returns a higher value than from smaller administrative units.

You can change the level of granularity in the Indicator filter menu independently on the Granularity menu.

Combination of filters

You can freely combine the settings of indicator filters and other filters. Once you set up more filters or a combination of indicator filters and other filters the result will be the areas fulfilling all conditions respective to the given order.

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