Treemaps represent one piece of information through the size of each element and another piece of information through the color. Treemaps also represent relationships between elements through a hierarchy. For example, look at the treemap below:
[tallyopia widget='last24_eventmap' width='600' height='300']
In this treemap, the size of each element indicates the number of views each event received. The color of each element represents the average amount of time a viewer spent viewing each page. You can see the raw numbers behind the data by clicking on the “table” and “detail” tabs.
If you click on a tree element, you’ll be able to drill down and see details. For example, clicking the “Page” element will let you see which pages were viewed. Right-clicking will take you back up to the summary level.
Below are the types of treemaps we support.
|last24_eventmap||Displays the types of events that have taken place.Size indicates number of views.
Color indicates average amount of time viewing.
|Displays information about the searches performed.Size indicates the number of searches done.
Color indicates the number of results returned.