How to Create a New Analysis
  • 17 Nov 2023
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How to Create a New Analysis

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Here are the range of chart formats in Tulip.

Analyses in Tulip are always associated with a specific App, Tulip Table or machine.

To create a new analysis, you first need to have an app with user completion data, a Tulip Table with data, or a machine configured in Tulip.

With the Tulip Analytics Builder, you can create and share charts and tables to analyze your factory’s performance.

How to Create a New Analysis

From the App Summary View, go to the “Analytics” tab and click “Add Analysis”:

Alternatively, from a dashboard, select “Edit” and click “Add Analysis”.

Or, scroll to the bottom of the dashboard and click “Add Chart” at the bottom of any column. You may then select a specific App and click “Create an Analysis”.

Once you have begun creating a new analysis, you will be prompted to select one of 7 different templates. The templates represent types of charts. Once you select a template you will be able to customize the data it shows. The templates are:


Different analysis datasources have different visualization options.

One Operation - Compare one metric across one or two groupings. You can select pre-built options for:

  • Process Completions by date
  • Process completions by user
  • Process completion by cycle time

Compare Variables - Compare multiple metrics from one or multiple apps. You can select pre-built options for:

  • Average step time by users
  • Comparing number variables
  • Comparing boolean variables

Multiple Operations - Compare different metrics and Variables in the same place

Scatter Plot - Compare two continuous variables

Slideshow- If the app uses image capture in a Form Step, you can create a carousel of multiple images taken by operators with associated details.

Single Number - A single number

Table - Compare any number of operations and Variables

Once you have selected your analysis, you may customize the data you use in your analysis or your method for displaying it.

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