Sisense Quest

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Sisense Quest is a certified Sisense add-on that enables builders to deliver advanced analytics to any time-series chart, offering users a seamless, impactful insight-to-action experience.

  • Deliver new insights from your data with a library of out-of-the-box statistical models
  • Deploy custom ML models to all users seamlessly by uploading a single Python script
  • Turn dashboards into advanced analytic apps, with a variety of suggested actions or new ones tailored to specific use cases

With Sisense Quest, business users gain a deeper understanding of their data and can take action directly at the point of insight.

For a list of frequently asked questions, open the Technical Details tab. For more information about Sisense Quest, see the online documentation or, check the tutorials below:

Installing Sisense Quest

Creating a New Sisense Quest Widget

Introduction to Sisense Quest Actions

Open in Slack Action

Open URL Action

Pinning a Sisense Quest Model to a Widget

Creating Custom Models

Editing and Deleting Custom Models

Creating Custom Actions

Q: Which Sisense versions does Sisense Quest support?

A: 7.2 and above

Q: Is Sisense Quest available for Linux?

A: Yes, in V1.1.0, support for Linux was added

Q: Are there any known limitations?

A: Here’s a list of the known limitations:

  • Custom models are limited to 25 MB per model
  • Custom models are limited to 30 seconds process time
  • Quest is not supported in export to PDF
  • The mobile app is not supported.

Q: Which widget type does Sisense Quest support?

A: Time-series charts:

  • Line
  • Area
  • Polar
  • Bar
  • Column

Q: Does Sisense Quest require Internet access?

A: Yes, to run our models (both pre-defined and custom) Sisense needs to send the query to a 3rd party service, hosted in the cloud.

Q: Besides the pre-defined functions, which skills do I need to fully operate Sisense Quest?

A: Familiarity with Python (for custom models) and JavaScript (for custom actions).

Q: What is the installation process?

A: Similar to Sisense BloX, you will need to download Sisense Quest from the Marketplace, double click on the installer and click Next. That’s it.

 

Supported Python Packages

pandas
numpy
sklearn
seaborn
scipy
statsmodels
matplotlib
versions:
convertdate==2.1.3
cycler==0.10.0
Cython==0.29.13
ephem==3.7.7.0
holidays==0.9.11
joblib==0.13.2
kiwisolver==1.1.0
lunardate==0.2.0
matplotlib==3.1.0
numpy==1.17.1
pandas==0.25.1
patsy==0.5.1
pyparsing==2.4.2
pystan==2.19.0.0
python-dateutil==2.8.0
pytz==2019.2
scikit-learn==0.21.3
scipy==1.3.1
seaborn==0.9.0
setuptools-git==1.2
six==1.12.0
sklearn==0.0
statsmodels==0.10.1
virtualenv==16.7.4

This is a free add-on, click here to get it now.

1 July 2020 – Official Release V1.1.7

  • Buttons were not always displayed as expected in the menu bar
  • Pinned custom models could not be downloaded

2 December 2019 – Official Release V1.1.0

  • Support added for custom actions
  • Two new action types, Download to CSV, Open in Microsoft Teams
  • Support for Linux
  • Three additional custom models, T-tests, Percentile curve, Growth rate

6 November 2019 – Initial Release

  • Custom actions not yet supported (Scheduled for early December 2019)
  • Linux will be supported in early December 2019

18 December 2019 –

  • Internet Explorer now supports download CSV and download sample JSON