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Declare user-defined correlated metrics
Declare user-defined correlated metrics

Add your default correlated metrics on top of the ones identified by the system

Updated over a week ago

Correlation analysis identifies any important fluctuations in other metrics that went together with the reported change on the key metric. This is an out-of-the-box feature on the Baresquare Platform. You now have the option to also declare some user-defined correlated metrics! Learn more about this feature here.

When a new ticket is produced on Baresquare, by default it contains any automatically-identified correlated metrics. This is based on the analysis of the correlation patterns between the key metric and any other metrics included in the analyzed dataset.

The result can be seen in the 'related metrics' tab, which shows fluctuations of identified correlated metrics (check this article out, too).

But what happens when you want to see the behavior of a metric for which the system did not identify as significantly correlated with the key metric? We've got you covered! You can declare any metric that you wish to appear as correlated, no matter if the statistical analysis has identified it as such.

Email our Customer Success team or send us a message via the messenger tool in the bottom-right corner of the screen, including the pairs of metrics you would like to always see go in hand. These will appear below the already identified correlated metrics (if any), providing a more complete picture of the anomaly, based on your business requirements.

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