Using Filters in Analytics

The Analytics Module includes high-level filters that are meant for segmenting data for analysis.

Depending upon which compliance settings option you are on (See Compliance Settings), the Analytics module is already doing some advanced filtering:

  • Any ‘Fire’ option selected in the Compliance Settings Panel pulls in 100-series incidents only
  • Any ‘EMS’ option selected in the Compliance Settings Panel pulls in 300-series incidents only

Beyond this initial filtering, the ‘Filters’ dropdown in the left-hand navigation allows for detailed selection. The filters that currently exist include:

  • Stations
  • Zones
  • Population Density
  • Response Mode
  • Zip Codes
  • Incident Types
  • FDID’s
  • Cities

These filters are dynamic based upon your agency data. For example, selecting the ‘Zones’ filter will pull up zones that relate to the incidents being analyzed (300 or 100 series). Once filters have been selected, the user can deselect what they don’t want to see:

Once filters have been adjusted, the filters can be applied to the data by clicking ‘Save’. This will cause the incidents to be automatically filtered down. In this example, only incidents that were in the NW Whatcom County Zone and the South Little zone will be included in the incident data for analysis.

Multiple filters can be applied at once to segment data:

Applied filters (like above) can be cleared by clicking the ‘x’ icon. This will restore the original incidents for all zones, stations, response modes, etc.

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