It is possible to evaluate the analysis images of results or feedback from a more filtered perspective.
Filtering one analysis
You can filter your selected analysis by selecting Edit filters on the right side of the page.
Select the background variable you want to use to filter the material from the filtering form. Then, select Filter this Analysis when you want to filter only the analysis you have selected.
Filtering the entire analysis tree
If you want to filter all of the analyses in the analysis tree, we recommend you to use Other Analyses and the Limiting data item there.
On the Limiting data page, you can filter by selecting Edit filters on the right side of the page and selecting the background variable from the filtering form. After this, you can select Filter this Analysis or Filter all the Analysis – the filter is in effect in the entire analysis tree in any case.
Filtering the entire analysis tree is also possible via a single analysis by using the Filter all function. In this case, it is important to note that the pre-set filters on this analysis are copied to the entire analysis tree, affecting the results.
Filter currently in place
You can check the selected filter above the analysis image at User filters. There you can see all of the filters being used, for example the research time and response type, which affect the results of the analysis image.
Removing a filter
Removing a filter can be done by pressing the Edit filters icon on the right side of the page and selecting either Remove filter from this (removes filter from the selected analysis) or Remove filter from all (removes the filter from all of the material).
Filtering the main results of the research
The main results of the research can also be filtered quickly with the floating quick filter menu on the right side of the analysis image.