On the table view of the facts, filter functionality allows for selection of facts based on a set of criteria to focus on facts that matter most.
1. Sorting by measure: By default, Sisu sorts by the magnitude or absolute value of impact. Impact can also be thought of as the contribution, lift or drag that a subpopulation has on the overall population's metric.
It is possible to sort by different measures through clicking directly on the name of a different measure. e.g., Clicking on Subgroup average shows us the subpopulations with the highest averages, regardless of how big or small this subpopulation might be.
2. Filtering by fact: It is possible to filter by facts. e.g. Identifying subpopulations with the greatest average that are at least 2% in terms of population size.
- Click on the filter icon next to Subgroup size to activate this filter.
- By choosing greater than as the condition and inputting 2 into the box, Sisu filters for subpopulations with the greatest average that are at least 2% in size. With the filter activated, the icon now becomes purple.
Impact has an additional filter that enables filtering for positive or negative facts. By unchecking negative, you may now only see the positive impact facts.