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Multiple Segments Over Time Insight

This insight shows the number of profiles in multiple segments over time plotted in one graph, optionally as a stacked layer.

Multiple Segments Over Time insight and its controls

This example shows an insight based on the Multiple segments over time insight type:


The example shows the percentage of profiles in the named segments over time. Hover over the graph to see the details for a particular point in time.

The insight takes the time period setting of the dashboard into account. This is indicated by the clock icon in the top left. When a time period has been selected for the dashboard the plotted graph changes to display the profiles in the segments for the selected time period.

When a time period has been selected for the dashboard and the "Compare with previous" option has been activated, a percentage is shown to indicate the difference between the average of the current period compared to the average of the previous period.

How to create a Multiple Segments Over Time Insight in BlueConic

  1. Open (or create) a BlueConic Dashboard.
  2. Click Add Insight and search for 'Multiple Segments' in the list of available insight types.
  3. Select the Multiple Segments Over Time Insight plugin. It's created and placed on the current Dashboard.
    When the insight appears, click Configure this Insight to choose the segment, number of profiles, and visualization settings to display.

Configure the Multiple Segments Over Time insight

How do I compare customer profiles in dynamic customer segments over time?

Segments (required)
Select a maximum of six segments that will be plotted over time.
Number of profiles
Select whether the number of profiles should be plotted as a percentage of the total number of profiles in all segments combined, or as an absolute number.
Select whether the plotted numbers should be displayed as a separate lines or as stacked layers.

Learn more about BlueConic real-time customer segments

To learn more about dyanmic customer segmentation, see Creating dynamic customer segments in BlueConic.




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