DataTile Metrics

A complete list of metrics using in DataTile

Updated over a week ago
  • Enter Meta-Editor using the 'Project settings' icon on the Data Explorer toolbar

Project settings
  • Go to the Settings tab in Meta-Editor

  • The metrics panel is on the left side of the screen

You can set up metrics, rename, set rounding, and more here.

The list of available metrics

  • Aff.idx - Affinity Index is a measure of the relative similarity in composition of two samples

  • Aff.idx (Unfiltered) – same as Affinity Index, but calculated without applied filter;

  • Mean – Average. The digit variables are created automatically for non-numeric variables and you can change them manually in the Meta-Editor (digit);

  • Base% – the proportion of respondents in the cell to Total in the crosstab;

  • Count – the number of respondents in the cell;

  • Vol – Volume. This is the sum of the numeric values in the cell. This metric can be considered as Count - only instead of 1, as in Count, an equivalent numeric value is substituted;

  • Vert% – Vertical percentage – the proportion of respondents in the cells among the total number in the column;

  • Horiz% – Horizontal percentage - the proportion of respondents in the cell to the Total value in the line;

  • VertBase – Vertical base – the number of respondents in the column minus sysmis (missing values);

  • HorizBase – Horizontal base – the number of respondents in the row minus sysmis (missing values);

  • Unweighted Base – vertical sampling base without weighting, coincides with the usual vertical base for unweighted queries;

  • Unweighted Horiz Base – the same as HorizonBase but without weighting;

  • Vert SOV – Vertical Share of Voice – Share of the Vol in the cell to Vol in the column. The analog of the vertical percentage, but for numeric values;

  • Horiz SOV – Horizontal Share of Voice – is the same as Vert SOV, but is calculated as a proportion in the row;

  • Sample Count – Unweighted number of cases;

  • Min – Minimum value;

  • Max – Maximum value;

  • Median – Average. For non-numeric variables, the average values are taken from the meta information by default.

  • Corr – Personal correlation coefficient;

  • Top Label – shows the variable with the highest number;

  • First Label – shows only the first variable;

Metrics for MR-sets

  • Count MR - Count for MR-sets;

  • Volume MR - Volume for MR-sets;

  • Mean MR - Mean for MR-sets;

  • Vert Base MR - Vertical base for MR-sets;

  • Vert% MR - Vertical percentage for MR-sets.

Metrics for rotated databases

Note: further metrics are available only for rotated databases. In order to make it available you need to mark the 'Enable rotating' field at the end of the list.

  • Cases – Number of unique cases;

  • UQ Base – All unique cases in the column;

  • Pen – Share of cases for the column;

  • Prob Share – Probability share;

  • Total UQ Base – All unique cases in the sample;

  • Total pen – Share of cases among all unique cases.

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