To manage metrics in DataTile navigate to Project settings → Settings → Metrics.

Here you can:

switch metrics on/off;

adjust the decimals for each metrics separately;

drag the metrics within the list to change the order.

## List of available metrics (in alphabetical order)

**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;**Base%**– the proportion of respondents in the cell to Total in the crosstab;**Cases****[for****rotated data****only]**– number of unique cases (represented by several records). A counterpart of Count metric for non-rotated bases;**Correl**– Pearson correlation coefficient. Read more here;**Count**– number of respondents in the cell;**Count MR**– count for MR-set category;**F.count (Featue Count)**- the number of unique codes or values for a variable;**First Label**– populate a cell with the first category label;**Horiz%**– horizontal percentage – the proportion of respondents in the cell to the Total value in the line;**Horiz Base**– horizontal base – the number of respondents in the row excluding sysmis (missing values);**Horiz SOV**– horizontal share of voice – is the same as Vert SOV, but is calculated as a proportion in the row;**Max**– maximum value;**Mean**– average. For non-numeric variables calculations are made with digits which may be changed in the Meta-Editor;**Mean MR**– mean for MR-sets;**Median**– value that divides the array in half by frequency. For non-numeric variables calculations are made with digits which may be changed in the Meta-Editor;**Min**– minimum value;**Pen****[for rotated data only]**– penetration, share of cases for the column. A counterpart of Vert% metric for non-rotated bases;**Prob Share****[for rotated data only]**– probability share;**Sample Count**– unweighted number of cases;**Top Label**– populate a cell with the top category label;**Total UQ Base [for rotated data only]**– all unique cases in the sample;**Total pen****[for rotated data only]**– share of cases among all unique cases;**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;**UQ Base****[for rotated data only]**– all unique cases in the column. A counterpart of Vert Base metric for non-rotated bases;**Vert%**– vertical percentage – the proportion of respondents in the cells among the total number in the column;**Vert% MR**– vertical percentage for MR-sets.**Vert Base**– vertical base – the number of respondents in the column minus sysmis (missing values);**Vert Base MR**– vertical base for MR-sets;**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;**Vol**– volume – 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;**Volume MR**– volume for MR-sets.

## Metrics for rotated databases

As indicated above, some metrics are available only for **rotated databases**. In order to make them available you need to tick the 'Enable rotating' checkbox at the end of the list.

## MR-set related metrics

MR-set related metrics are specific calculations for special types of numeric MR-sets introduced in DataTile only. The basic difference between MR-set metrics and conventional metrics is that the calculations are based on the number of responses in the entire MR-set array rather than the number of respondents. Basically the meaningful calculations for multi-response questions can be made only with MR-set related metrics.