You can have data without information, but you can't have information without data.Every data point entered into Metrics has the capacity to become a powerful metric. Recognizing the potential of data, and transforming that data to become information is the foundation of Farmers Market Metrics. Review the tables below to familiarize yourself with the inputs and outputs of Farmers Market Metrics.
Data Entry Forms: what you put in
- Market Day Data
- Visitor Counts
- Visitor Surveys
- SNAP Eligible Goods
- Market & Vendor Level Sales
- Vendor Profiles
Reporting and Analysis: what you get out
- Market Dashboards
- Impact Reports
- Social Media Infographics
- Tableau Analysis
- Market Exports
- Market Directories
All data that enters the application is transformed into one-page summary impact reports for distribution and marketing. Personalize the text to suit your specific needs, add your logo and ways to keep in touch. Choose six metrics from the list of twenty available, and more coming this year!
One-click sharing of individual metrics to Facebook or Twitter allow you to instantly share the fruits of your
Network level accounts have exclusive access to Tableau Dashboards, which allow the user to see market data at 30,000 or 30 feet. Users can drill up and down as needed, download datasets and use the dashboards for easy reporting.
Every data point that is put into Metrics can be easily exported to a CSV/Excel document for specific needs. Exports are clearly ordered in tabs related to vendors, market day data, and survey and tally data. Filter your exports by selecting just the markets you need.
Coming in April of 2018: Metrics will use all market and vendor data to create a dynamic market directory, for use on your website or sharing. As you update information