Do you wish you could run some data analysis yourself without having to rely on the ever-busy programmers? Do you find yourself copying new data into a formula-heavy spreadsheet to generate new charts every Monday? You are in the right place.
In this guide:
Your Intersect notebook contains the set of “instructions” for how you want your data to be processed. These instructions can be assembled visually by joining together pre-provided blocks – kinda like building your own castle from lego blocks.
For example, if every Monday, you want to load your weekly orders from your Shopify, then group it by Product ID, filter it for products that had more than 10 orders, and draw a chart, this is what your notebook would look like:
Components of a notebook
To help you create your notebook, a number of pre-programmed blocks are made available. These cover a wide gamut like, “Upload a spreadsheet”, “filter data”, and “Export to Google Sheets”.
These are organized keeping in mind their functions, for example, “Do Math” or “Summarize, Group or Enrich Data”, or “Visualize Data”.
By stringing together these blocks, in a few minutes, you can automate a lot of the things you might currently spend hours doing every week!