All work in Relative Insight is organized into projects. A project is made up of one or more research questions that define what you want to learn and the comparisons you will analyze in order to do so.
New projects can be created in two ways:
Creating projects from the Explore Dashboard
Select 'Explore' from the navigation menu at the top of your screen, then click the blue rocket icon in the top right corner of the projects dashboard to create a new project.
Specify a name and description for your project, then select a cover image from the stock image library.
Use the question builder to specify details about the comparison you want to analyze
How a brand is discussed - the voice of the customer analysis
How a topic is discussed - for analyzing public discourse about a relevant topic of interest
How an audience talks - for any kind of demographic or geographic segmentation
How a brand talks - when analyzing brand messaging data
About the language of something else - when your desired comparison doesn't fit into one of the other categories
Define the focus (brand, audience group) of your analysis and the basis of your comparison (across competitors, time, different audience segments etc.)
Attach data for each side of your comparison - selecting the cloud icon will allow you to upload a new data set while using the stack icon will allow you to reuse data previously used as part of another project in Relative Insight. Learn more about uploading data.
Click 'Finish' to trigger the platform to perform the analysis on your data. Then explore the results of your comparison.
Creating projects from the library
Select 'Library' from the navigation menu at the top of your screen, then click the blue rocket icon in the top right corner of the projects dashboard to create a new project.
Specify a name and description for your project, then select a cover image from the stock image library. This will create a new project folder.
Click into the newly created folder, and select 'Upload'. Then select your preferred upload source/method and attach the relevant data files. Learn more about uploading data.
Perform any necessary splits or combines on your data in order to prepare it for comparison.
Define your questions (comparisons) by clicking one data set you wish to compare and then selecting the comparison data set. If working with more than two data sets, consider whether a NOT comparison (one vs all others combined) may be suitable. You will then be brought to the results of the comparison.