The Forgotten Tabs: Frequency Analysis
During this year’s User Conference, I gave a presentation called “Veera Predict: The Forgotten Tabs”, which I’ve decided to expand into a blog series. The purpose of this series will be to explain how and why to use four of the lesser-known tabs in Veera Predict – Frequency Analysis, Means Analysis, Correlation Analysis, and Profiling Analysis. Each entry will focus on one of these tabs and we’ll start with the Frequency Analysis tab.
The Frequency Analysis tab’s output is actually fairly simple; it gives you the frequency of occurrence for any binary or categorical variable. For a single variable, it will output counts and percentages for each value of that variable. It is also capable of creating two-way cross frequencies, which output raw numbers, as well as row, column, and total percentages.
One other little-known fact about the output from Frequency Analysis (and other tabs) is that you can save it to the Report Bar the same way you would a graph or chart. To do so, click on the ‘Reports’ section of the taskbar and select ‘Launch Report Bar’.
-Caitlin Garrett, Statistical Analyst at Rapid Insight
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