@jen_lasser Thank you so much! I just turned them off. I also had no
idea that preferences section existed, so adjusted a few other things
too.I am so used to turning anomalies off reflexively, it will be nice
to skip that step!
@jen_lasser & @JohnBates -- Hot d*mn, I now see that it's in Labs.
Really cool. I love how you tied it segments/ metrics/ evars. Very
elegant. Here's my feedback, also sent via Labs.1. Move the annotation
from a hover popup to a list below the graph itself, a la Google
Analytics. My report consumers view charts via Workspace PDFs or in
screenshots that I email them. None of the stakeholders are actually IN
Adobe. So while the popup presentation might be helpful for analysts
leaving notes to each...
To echo @adamw73247808, I agree that having the ability to tie an
annotation to a specific metric would be very helpful. In terms of
visualizing the events, like the way Google Analytics displays them. If
you really wanted to take it up a notch, you could even allow the events
to be tied to variables (or even values in a variable).For example, I
would tie the "Friends Reunion on HBO Max" event to Show = Friends.
I'd like the option to choose which eVar's value should appear as a
label for a graph (see visual below.) When there are lots of stacked
variables or filters applied, the label gets quite unwieldy. I spend a
lot of time manually updating the values that appear in line charts.In
the case below, I would choose "Show" as the variable to appear as the
label. I'd set it and forget it. Currently, each time a new show cracks
the top 5 line items that appear on the graph I have to remember to go
in and ...
That's a good idea re: turning it off in permissions, but that's still a
lot of hassle. Would prefer a simple default toggle since it seems liek
for some users it is helpful, and for others, it's just extra work for
the Adobe servers to provide information that's actively not wanted.
Each time I create a graph, I take an extra step to remove the anomaly
bubbles as we have very few reports/scenarios in which they apply or are
helpful. Maybe 1%? I would be very, very grateful if there were a toggle
somewhere to turn OFF anomaly detection by default. Or perhaps Adobe
could explore turning them off for everyone and see if you get any
complaints. 🙂 My company is in media, so our metrics fluctuate
significantly based on content available -- NBA Games, Star Wars, etc.