Filtering Results Data

Use filters to slice and dice data for reports, visuals, and more.

Set one or many filters to extract the exact data you are looking for.

Did you know? You can download all of your data before or after you slice it up. We believe in transparency and research quality data.

Where do data filters apply?
  • Charts or graph data visualizations
  • Individual reports
  • Presentation results
  • Surveys and Forms response data
  • Dashboards where the filter will apply to each graph and chart in the dashboard.

    • Dashboard filters are applied automatically when you click the Analytics from a simulation maze.
Data filter view

Data Filter

1. Select from one or many fields to filter on.
Fields                             Description
Maze Title of your maze. This filter is selected automatically if you access the analytics from a specific simulation maze.
Version Select or omit a specific version. For example filter by "version is not beta".
Status Filter by completion status (int, inprogress, finish, fail, restart). See definitions below.
Tags Filter by link tags for example "spring", "2020" to see results from a specific link or tag.
Device Type Desktop, Smartphone, Tablet, etc.
OS Device Operating System e.g. Windows, Android, iOS, Ubuntu, Linux, etc.
Browser Browser type e.g. Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari, etc.
Locale Default Language set on the user's device e.g. American English, Spanish, French, etc.
Timezone Timezone set on the user's device. It will give you an idea of the region from where the user is playing the Maze.
User Unique value associated with individual user accounts
User email The user's email if captured
City The user's city according to their ISP.

2. Next select the operator to filter the data by the field.

Operator                         Description
is Field is or is equal to. e.g. Maze is "Maze title" will filter the results by that Maze.
is not Field is not or shows everything except the selected element. e.g. Version is not beta.
is one of Inclusive filter is one of a type.
is not one of Exclusive filter is not one of a type.
contains Fuzzy inclusive match the field contains text.
not contains Fuzzy exclusive match the field does not contain text.
3. Select your element.

Filter by time

Filter simulation data by time

Understanding status types

There are several status types when a user is learning. We wanted to fully understand how a user's experience in the simulation.

Status                         Description
init The user clicked the link and loaded the start page. The simulation was initialized.
inprogress The user's started, but has not reached an exit node and there is still a live session. Once the session expires, the status becomes abandoned.
finish The user reached a finish node.
fail The user reached a fail node or timed out or ran out of credits.
restart The user intentionally restarted the maze.
abandoned The user has abandoned their inprogress session.
Last modified on March 17, 2021