Each ticket on Baresquare refers to one key metric and to a specific dimensions combination. More context has been now added to the tickets by showing additional comparisons for the key and the correlated metrics.
A ticket on Baresquare reports on a data anomaly for a given (key) metric and for a specific dimensions combination.
Adding to the comparisons versus the expected values, users can now enjoy more comparisons for both the key and the correlated metrics.
In the example below, the ticket refers to the "Entrances" metric for the "Paid Search" channel segment falling below the expected values.
Additional information on this incident can be found in two places (check the snapshot below):
Hover over the key-metric info tooltip. On top of the comparison against the expected value (-19.7% in this example), users can view three additional comparisons.
Related metrics tab:
Click on the "Related metrics" tab, which will pull up a metric ("Bounce rate") that is correlated with the key metric, along with a user-defined related metric ("Revenue").
Four comparisons are available for the correlated metric(s), helping users contextualize the reported finding.