What is a Correlation Report?
The Correlation Report allows you to explore relationships between multiple performance measures and find dependent relationships. It’s ideal to help show a relationship (or lack of relationship) between scores on sales training and actual sales numbers.
- User Types
- Any user with access to the report builder (Global Admins, Area Admins, and some Users) can edit a Correlation Report. All users can view a Correlation Report.
- Available on paid plans (Analyst, CLO, and Enterprise).
- Anybody (both beginners and experts) can use this feature.
Creating and Editing a Correlation Report
Use the report builder to create new Correlation Reports and to configure existing Correlation Reports.
Correlation Report Filters and Options
Beyond the typical report builder filters and options, the Correlation Report provides options that are unique to the Correlation Report.
When setting up a new Correlation Report or configuring an existing Correlation Report, click Correlation in the filter menu:
Each option in the Correlation filter helps you display the correct data:
On the Organized menu, you’ll choose how you'd like to group your data for your Correlation Report. This will allow you to choose which units of data you'd like to analyze. Just choose an option from the Organized menu and the Correlation will organize data by what you’ve chosen.
On the Measures menu, you’ll choose what data measures you'd like to analyze. Correlation analysis is run on every possible measure pair from the ones that are selected. You can add as many measures you'd like, but we'd recommend you not add more than 5 measures.
Related: What are Measures?
To add a measure to the Correlation Report, choose a measure from the Select a Measure menu and click the Add Measure button next to the menu. To deselect a measure and remove it from the Correlation Report, click the X next to the measure in the Measures section:
Advanced configuration is designed to be used by expert users who understand JSON and the properties of xAPI statements.
Related: Check out our Advanced Configuration guide for more information on customizing your reports.