M.App Analyzer Suite Details
M.App Analyzer Suite combines the following Hexagon Smart M.Apps into one family: Incident Analyzer, Area Analyzer, Network Analyzer, Analyzer Viewer, and Feature Analyzer for M.App Enterprise.
With the three Analyzers, you can interactively explore your point, line, and area-based data in a map where you can identify patterns to see where problems are occurring. You can use that information to create and share reports to help your teams plan the best course of action.
Types of Analyzers
Use position, frequency, and temporal characteristics within point data to help customers locate spikes in occurrences.
Use polygon and attribute data to help customers explore how measures, such as population density, vary within an area.
Use linear networks to create thematic maps to help customers understand the nuances and anomalies within a network.
Analyzer Viewer offers an effective way to provide individuals within your organization access to reports created with Incident Analyzer, Area Analyzer and Network Analyzer.
Analyzer Public provides a simple and effective way to share your Incident Analyzer, Area Analyzer and Network Analyzer reports with individuals outside your organization using publicly accessible websites.
Map and Charts are Interconnected
In the view, the map shows the different variations of your data using color-coding according to geographic areas or administrative boundaries.
Also in the view, a collection of business intelligence charts show a variety of attributes of your data. For example, your view might show how a variety of population groups are distributed across a city. These groups might be sorted by age ranges, gender, education levels, income levels.
The map and the charts are interconnected so that you can interactively explore and interpret your data. Click on an area in the map, and the charts automatically update to correspond to that location. Or you can click on a chart, and the map automatically updates to correspond to the attribute you clicked in the chart.
Hot Area Mapping
The classification approach works by delineating hot areas within an area of interest, helping direct response where it is needed most.
Change Over Time Mapping
Because Area Analyzer visualizes changes in an area over time, you can compare statistics during certain days of the week over a 2 year period, for example. Then patterns can emerge, helping decision makers plan whether corrective action is needed, or where and when to deploy resources.
Improvements in M.App Analyzer Suite
Dynamically create a wide array of choropleth maps by using a collection of advanced classification and thematic mapping techniques.
Explore your data by using a self-guided analytical process that is intuitive and expansive.
Collaboratively investigate more effectively through interaction and spontaneous/instantaneous feedback.
Hot Area Mapping
Use classification and binning methods to delineate hot areas and thereby help direct resources to where they are needed most.
Easily customize the appearance of your views. Use a wide array of styling characteristics such as color, opacity, and fonts.
Dynamically generate additional information from existing attribute data.
Hotspot Layer Opacity Control
Interactively set the opacity for the Hotspots layer.
Printing and PDF Support
Print reports or create PDF files from native browser controls
Manual Color Definitions
Quickly create your own color sequences.
Measures (such as average and sun) can now be used with Pie, Row, Bar and Line charts.
Full Text Search Chart
Search your data using Wildcards, Boosts, and Fuzzy Matches. Embedded Spark charts use confidence levels to filter results.
Number Display Chart
Use this chart to display simple, read-only reports.
Gauge Chart Min/Max Support
Minimum and Maximum values can be used when defining a Gauge chart.
Create Heatmap charts independently of having date information.
Data Table Chart
Display any combination of attributes in table form. Once created, this read-only chart can be sorted by columns.