thanks for the fast and very detailed feedback - appreciated
Reading my post again, I realize that I described the issue quite poorly. We already have the possibility to filter by country via the attribute selection (thus, the selected country is applied in the whole analysis by applying the filter, which is exactly what we want to do).
However, the issue that I have is the default case count in the top left corner. When selecting e.g. Germany I see e.g. 20% of all cases instead of 100% since I filtered out other available countries. However, I’d like to reference the case count on the country selection, so that I see 100% case count when selecting Germany. In this way I could help viewers on country level to interpret results and put it to the context of the individual country.
See here one of the use cases I’m thinking of:
Analyzing the PO’s created after invoice day on country level, the user can set a process flow filter on cases which start by the creation of the invoice and are followed anytime by the creation of a PO item. Let’s say the user selects Germany and wants to see how many percent of all POs for Germany have been raised after invoice day. But the case count in the left corner shows already the percentage of selected cases based on the county selection (in this example 20%). If in this example 10% of the POs are raised after invoice, the default case count would show 2% (10% of 20%) instead of the 10%.
(I know that for this example I could simply create a KPI which takes only the selected attributes into account [which I already did], but there are further use cases for which we don’t always want to create further KPIs).
Any possibility to adjust the case count to reference it on another attribute of interest?