The Data Overview is a collection of visualisations of data aggregation of your game.

At the very top, as with all pages, is the date selector, allowing you to refine your results by time period. This can show you how a specific event, such as a patch rollout, content update, marketing campaign, widely shared story in the media, etc. affected your game. The orange dropdown next to it provides several shortcuts to quickly select a date range, or you can instead click on the start and end date to bring up calendars with which you can select a custom date range. The date selector moves onto the left-hand panel as you scroll down the page so that you don't have to scroll back up to the top of the page to change the date range.

Below that are the links to the other pages, as well as a simple visual to explain the sentiment ranges.

Next down the page is the Overall Sentiment Change graph. This tracks how the sentiment of your game has changed. Hover over each dot on the graph to get the specific average sentiment for that indicated day, week or month. Click on two dots to change the date range for the page. To the right of the graph is a summary of the average sentiment over your selected period, and that of the last 30 days, as well as a download link to acquire a PDF of the graph. If you have arranged to have a comparative analysis of other games included in your data, there will be one in this graph.

The next graph totals the number of interactions into a bar chart. You can hover your mouse cursor over each bar to see a breakdown of the numbers - how many interactions there were in total during the day, week or month that the bar represents, what percentage of interactions that represents over the entire selected date range, how many of those interactions were taken from what kind of source and how many of those interactions have been flagged as descriptive. There is also a colour code to roughly indicate how many interactions were positive (green), and how many negative (red). To the right of the chart is the total number of interactions across the entire chart and how many there have been in the last 30 days. There is also another download link to acquire a PDF of the chart.



Carrying on down the page, there is a simple per channel sentiment roundup. It splits the average sentiment of your game by user reviews and online communities, providing the change in sentiment over your selected dates for both channels as well as the total number of interactions in that channel over that period. The button below sends you to the relevent channel page and below that is also a comparative figure for the avarage sentiment taken for all of the games that Player XP monitors over that period. Again, there is a link to download a PDF of this data.

At the bottom of the page, by default, is a comparative line graph of the top three most discussed categories for your game. This data can be arranged by volume of interactions or by sentiment by clicking the respective button immediately above the graph. On the right of the graph is a summary of data for each respective category shown. This includes it's current sentiment score, how much that score has changed over your selected date range, the total number of interactions that have been categorized there during the selected date range, and the top three most discussed topics within that category. You can also cycle between all twenty categories in groups of three to see their data visualised in the same way by clicking the left and right arrow buttons.In the footer of the page, is a button that links to our email address, as well as a button that will return you to your account page.