features

Drill down into individual users with our improved profile page

Getting the most out of your data often requires you to look at both ends of the analytics spectrum. Calq supports aggregating data over billions of users, but also allows drilling down into individual user timelines. To make the latter easier we have redesigned our user profile page. New features…

Faster reporting speeds

Our engineers have been spending a lot of time recently making our query engine perform faster. We have made some major optimisations to the way Calq handles our more popular queries. We have also increased our hardware capacity. The result? Almost all queries should now complete in under 1 second,…

Advanced queries with AQL - the Action Query Language

Calq allows you to run queries against your data using an SQL-like language called the Action Query Language (AQL). This has been designed to feel like SQL so developers can learn it easily. AQL is used to write advanced queries within Calq where the query builder UI is not expressive…

Retention is king

Retention is often the single most important measurement of any web or mobile application. It's arguably even more important than measuring revenue. If you have great retention but poor user life-time values (LTV) then you can normally refine and improve the latter. The opposite is not true. It's very hard…

Reaching out to customers that didn't complete a funnel

Calq's conversion funnels are often used to report on critical user journeys within an application. They allow you to define a set of actions that a user takes to reach a goal. Simple examples include site registration, uploading a new product, posting a comment etc. Take a real world example.…