Comparing Data on a City/State/National Level

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Hey everyone,

A recent Automatic email with the subject "Big Data vs The Big Game: How do Super Bowl fans drive?" came out with some interesting data for the cities that would be playing in the Super Bowl (screenshots below). It had heat maps that showed where hard accelerations/brakes occurred and ranked Charlotte, Denver and San Francisco in terms of their scores for hard accelerations, hard brakes, and time over 70mph. It would be helpful to have this information available for users.

I would really like to see a analytics module on the website with features like this:
1. Heat maps for the different statistics (braking, accelerating, speed)
2. How my score stands up against averages for each of the statistics (beyond the simple percentile in the weekly summary tab of the mobile app)
3. Time phasing - similar to Google Maps "Typical Traffic" function
4. *MOST IMPORTANTLY* Ability to slice the data by state/city/region/car type - I don't care even slightly about my percentile in the national average. I want to know how my driving rates among people in my city.

Here are some screenshots from the email:

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Chris Ellis

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Posted 2 years ago

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Jeff, Alum

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Thanks for the feedback, Chris!

We are glad to hear that you are enjoying our Insights products so far! We are continuing to develop new features based around this premise, and I'll be sure to pass along your feedback to our team.

Also, if you haven't yet, make sure to checkout Dashboard Labs.

Thanks again :)

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