Provides a week by week view of email time, visualised as line charts. By default returns a line chart for email hours, with a separate panel per value in the HR attribute. Additional options available to return a summary table.

email_line(data, hrvar = "Organization", mingroup = 5, return = "plot")

Arguments

data

A Standard Person Query dataset in the form of a data frame.

hrvar

String containing the name of the HR Variable by which to split metrics. Defaults to "Organization". To run the analysis on the total instead of splitting by an HR attribute, supply NULL (without quotes).

mingroup

Numeric value setting the privacy threshold / minimum group size. Defaults to 5.

return

String specifying what to return. This must be one of the following strings:

  • "plot"

  • "table"

See Value for more information.

Value

A different output is returned depending on the value passed to the return argument:

  • "plot": 'ggplot' object. A faceted line plot for the metric.

  • "table": data frame. A summary table for the metric.

Examples

# Return a line plot
email_line(sq_data, hrvar = "LevelDesignation")


# Return summary table
email_line(sq_data, hrvar = "LevelDesignation", return = "table")
#> # A tibble: 6 × 14
#>   group     `2019-11-03` `2019-11-10` `2019-11-17` `2019-11-24` `2019-12-01`
#>   <chr>            <dbl>        <dbl>        <dbl>        <dbl>        <dbl>
#> 1 Director         10.8          11.3         9.39        10.2          5.62
#> 2 Executive         8.95         10.2         8.26         7.00         3.94
#> 3 Junior IC        11.4          11.1        10.3          9.59         6.44
#> 4 Manager          12.3          11.8        10.9         10.6          6.51
#> 5 Senior IC        11.5          11.1        10.1          9.80         6.30
#> 6 Support          10.6          10.2         9.44         9.33         5.77
#> # … with 8 more variables: `2019-12-08` <dbl>, `2019-12-15` <dbl>,
#> #   `2019-12-22` <dbl>, `2019-12-29` <dbl>, `2020-01-05` <dbl>,
#> #   `2020-01-12` <dbl>, `2020-01-19` <dbl>, `2020-01-26` <dbl>