How to use the crossed-analysis function?

Why use the crossed-analysis function?

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Written by Charles Keignart
Updated over a week ago

The crossed-analysis function

In the "Maps tab", Qomon lets you visualize data points, as well as the option to cross several of them. Consulting the map helps you learn about the area of mobilization and crucial when starting to create field actions.

Our Profiles and Analysis tool allows you to visualize your areas of priority according to the profile of those that you want to meet.

Step One: Select a Category

Start by selecting the profile of the people you want to meet.

To do this, select a number of variables under categories (such as Unemployment, Elections, Age Groups, etc.), and specify the relative importance for each.

The relative importance of each category can be seen by leaving the edit mode at the top of your analysis summary:

Step Two: Selecting Variables

Each category has several variables available. For example, the Unemployment category includes total unemployment as well as unemployment by age group, the elections category offers the percentage of votes for each candidate as well as the rate of abstention, etc.

Select a few variables and specify whether you want to prioritize the areas where that variable is strong or weak.

Step Three: View Results

After selecting your variables, check out your results through the map on the left of the tab.

From 1 to 5, the areas are colored according to whether they have priority (priority 1, in light red) or not (priority 5, in dark red).

You will have access to a brief summary of your analysis when you leave edit mode:


Cross-analysis can help you get to know your territory more intimately and help you identify priority areas and organize actions accordingly.

Play with the parameters and view your results and summary analysis live 🚀

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