Create Dashboards: Explorer

An overview of the Explorer app

The Explorer app is the most recent, most sophisticated, most expansive and easiest way to find insights and hidden trends in your data. It can be used directly after your data is uploaded to the Relevance AI's platform.

Optionally, and to benefit from vector analysis, we recommend applying workflows such as cluster or tag to your dataset. Then the full potential of the Explorer app is at your hand. You can read more about vectors and clusters at New to vectors? and What is clustering.

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Explorer

The Explorer app is a great tool to facilitate discovering hidden insights in a dataset.

Access the Explorer app

This tool is listed under Dashboards. You can select your dataset first and access the list of configured dashboard for that dataset.

Relevance AI - Access to configured dashboards for a dataset

Relevance AI - Access to configured dashboards for a dataset

Or, look at all dashboards configured under your account.

Relevance AI - Access to all configured dashboards in a dataset

Relevance AI - Access to all configured dashboards in a dataset

Click on your desired dashboard and you will be directed to a fully customizable page that when setup can look similar to the image below.

Relevance AI - Explorer (beta) sample

Relevance AI - Explorer example

Explorer's main components

As can be seen in the image above, Explorer is composed of 3 main sections marked with A, B, and C. Each section is dedicated to specific functionalities:

  • Section A: for tasks such as naming or sharing the app, creating new dashboards and accessing to the main Relevance AI menu
  • Section B: for accessing search, sort and filters; also all the generated tabs/pages
  • Section C: The main body. Component and view of this part differs based on the configured tab/page which can be chart view, document view or category/cluster view.

In the following pages, we will explain each section, their main components and tips and Explorer tricks separately.