There are three information types while defining the date range and time period:
1. Date range: where you select a calendar range where 1 day is the minimum and 1 year is maximum. The whole date range of your selection will be used in the analysis calculations. It is possible to select up to 4 date ranges in one analysis.
You are able to calculate your analyses on the data from the last two years (measured from the current day without the last 7 days and the 7 most recent days).
Note! Synchronizing and saving all the new data we use in our tool takes up to 7 days, therefore, it is not possible to use the last 7 days in the analysis date range to make sure the results contain complete source of data.
2. Days of the week: where you can select specific days of the week that will be considered in the analysis calculations. It is required to select at least 1 day of the week.
3. Time range: where you can select a specific time window that will be used in the analysis calculations. The minimum time frame is 3 hours while the maximum is 24 hours. It is possible to select up to four time ranges in one analysis.
The time range menu also allows you to select time zone and a time condition which means that trips can either start & end in a specific time range, start only in a specific time range, or have any common parts with your time range regardless of its start and end time.