Meet the teams using Count to uncover insights that matter.
I now use Count for everything. I don't use DataGrip at all. It's massive that you've pulled me out of the industry-leading IDE, I've used for 6 years.
Count has improved the way our whole organisation works with data. The data team now works much closer with the wider business to find the answers they really need.
Count has helped us to be more focused on the business problem. We can lay out our thinking and explore data together to reach a much deeper level of understanding.
Count is such a versatile tool. It give us the flexibility to move from those initial sparks of curiosity to a stunning report all in the same space.
Count is like a SQL editor, analytics notebook and a whiteboard somehow mated and had a beautiful baby.
I've built so many things in other tools which nobody used. When I build in Count people just love it!
It's given our marketing team a shared space where we can explore data together and reach conclusions everyone understands and trusts.
Count has revolutionized our analytics. We had a huge bottleneck with data modelling that the canvas has helped us completely clear.
Keep calm and collaborate: Creating a fun, data culture that works
“Always remember who this is for. If they don’t understand your data work, you might as well not do it!”
Finding data clarity at a fast growing fintech
"When I first started you couldn’t trust anything. We had a mess of queries and Tableau dashboards that disagreed with one another."...
Going deeper into startup metrics
‘We’ve done 150 growth scanners over the years, and the last 20 are in canvas. We’ve been doing it for years but we weren’t able to turn it into a really useful...
How to build a Canvas - a data analyst perspective
Building a canvas can seem easy enough, but like everything in the world of data, it can quickly get out of hand. Bouncing between ideas, changing data and...
Don’t just take our word for it...
@counthq is my new favourite! Outstanding when it comes to exploring data
To be successful in your data analytics career, you have to collaborate with others.
Most data analytics tools are built for “old school” collaboration styles.
But @counthq is different.
Here are 5 Count features that turn data analytics into a team sport.
Shout it from the rooftops!
@counthq is going to change the #dataviz game
I haven’t been this excited about a product in a long time.
Truly collaborative analytics!
For fun, here's what click probability looks like for one of my sites using this year's data:
I built this using @counthq which is my faveorite tool for building performing analysis on big data sets.
The interface shown above is for working with queries (can also generate charts and has Miro/Figjam features). For other stakeholders, the canvas can be used to arrange presentation views (pages, slides) - check this one for an example: count
Is this a new trend with tools like @counthq or
canvas interface?Having a one big flat surface for all things together helps a lot when you exploring ideas. It's like a functional mind map.
Our portco @counthq recently raised $3M to help ease the disconnect between the Data Analysts and the Stakeholders.
Read more about their mission on @datanami.
Dashboards often feel like a solution without a problem. Fun to build and customise but can quickly become overwhelming and more often, irrelevant.
I like what Count are doing with collaborative analytics. https://count.co @counthq
If you have had the experience as a data-nerd, of working in Miro and thinking 'i love this tool, but I *wish* I could hook it up to my database and bring in analysis to feed my discussion points' - it has arrived with @counthq
Agreed! Love the @counthq team and product!
canvas is a really cool tool for data exploration. Very different from anything else out there (or at least anything I've seen) and worth checking out.
Congrats @counthq! So proud this is out and so proud of what you’ve built!
My friends at @counthq have built something pretty amazing that you need to check out ... like right now!