Goal: To convert some of the reports currently being managed by a CSV export into reports on a free BI tool (probably klipfolio) to both achieve faster reporting cycles and to prototype, with real data, future reporting features.
As an admin, I would like to know if the platform is meeting its weekly and monthly usage goals in semi-real-time.
As a new developer, I would like to be able to run the tracks API locally and generate dummy tracks and plays data with which to test.
Reports based on tracks and plays tables:
Num Tracks Created by Week (requested by someone)
Top 20 Tracks By Total Plays by month (conversion of existing report, a list of tracks)
Num Plays per month (conversion of existing report, a line graph)
Num Artists Played per month (distinct artists in plays) (conversion of existing report, a line graph)
Paid tracks played in past X hours (a small number, for sanity checking, maybe a @Hakanto request)
add a new /reporting path for these
Starting small with reporting from just 2 tables (Plays and Tracks)
Hi - I am new around here and looking for some ways to start helping out. I’ve built a lot of BI reports in the past and could certainly help on that front of turning data into visualizations. Let me know if there is still any need for reporting to be built around this and if there is any way I can help with this or other analytics/data things
I would say from looking at the chart (my chart currently below) we might want some descriptive text around it like a chart title and a clearer x axis labels possibly with the day of month # shown. I imagine the data is my historical # of listens by day from poking around but I couldn’t fully tell what the dataset was for this.
Both of those I think I have seen some instructions on how to do so I will research more into that and update you again if I have questions or a working demo of a changed chart - let me know what you think about my recommendation to keep using Chartist and also if you have any good links to help me with learning about getting set up locally / submitting changes
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