After the enthusiastic feedback we received about our new cohort analysis, we’ve been continuing to make this analysis easier and more fluid, plus adding more requested features from our users. Keep the feedback coming, and we’ll keep working on making your data analysis as easy as possible.
Now you can filter out certain cohort groups to get the answers you need (like which cohort is bringing in the most revenue) easily. Just check or uncheck the cohort time periods you want to visualize.
Simply toggle the Totals button in the top left of the chart area to view totals on your bar or column graph.
Click Labels button in the top left corner and get values displayed for each segment on your stacked column or bar graph for easy and quick readability.Read More >
Dreamforce is nearly here and with it comes the announcement of a new Salesforce reporting API. DataHero is one of the first Salesforce partners to leverage this API, to enable you to quickly and easily get the answers you need from your reports.Read More >
Last week we announced our easy drag-and-drop cohort analysis but we didn't stop there. This week we're announcing some new features we've been working on so check them out!Read More >
There is a long and well-documented battle against copyright infringement and digital piracy (the illegal download of copyrighted materials). In this post we take a look at the most pirated TV shows by year worldwide, and how those numbers stack up to viewings on television in the United States. Is digital piracy an increasingly prevalent trend? Are there certain shows that are more likely to be pirated? The answers to these questions may surprise you.Read More >
Big wave surfing is a term you usually hear associated with Hawaii’s North Shore, not Northern California. There is one spot though, off Pillar Point near Half Moon Bay, where the waves were considered too big for locals for a long time. One local, Jeff Clark, decided to brave the waves in 1971 and thus became the first documented surfer to catch a wave at Mavericks, the surf spot just off Pillar Point. He enjoyed this hidden surf gem in near exclusivity until 1990 when a friend of his, Steve Tadin, was photographed at Mavericks and appeared in Surfer magazine. Mavericks starting gaining some real recognition then, and it has been building ever since.Read More >
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