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Analytics - Variance Report
The Variance Report allows you to compare your performance across two different time periods and see increases/decreases for each metric
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Written by Ashley Carrow
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The Variance Report can be found under the Analytics section of your dashboard.

You can set up the report by first selecting the Previous Period and Current Period, which are the date ranges used for comparing the data. By selecting the Parent, you are choosing the data point that will be used for comparison. Selecting Child is optional for further breakdown under the selected Parent data. Once all filters and periods have been selected, run your report.

You will see the 3 different sections in the report which are the Summary Card, Performance Graph, and Detailed Report.

Summary Card

The Summary Card provides an overview of important metrics with a quick comparison between the previous period and the current period.

Performance Graph

The Performance Graph will give you the report data in a chart view for comparing the current period against the previous period.

Detailed Report

The Detailed Report uses different metrics to break down differences between the two time periods. For every metric, first column represents Previous period. Second column shows Current period. Next to those there is a Variance column, that could be either a 1) Green number (positive) or a 2) Red number (negative), which designates the difference between the two data points.


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