Apache Software as a Sensor™ (SensSoft) incorporates a number of components that work together to provide user-experience researchers, project managers and software developers insights about how web applications are used. Each of the components of Apache SensSoft is made available through its own repository, allowing its distinctive capabilities to grow organically. A simplified system architecture ensures that the components will continue to share data and work together efficiently throughout their evolution.
Tap uses the Bowie plot to present your users' micro-workflows and help you uncover insights into how your users interact with you apps. Start on the left, with the activity that starts the workflow, sized by the frequency of the activity. Next, the circles in the middle show the second activity in the workflow. The circles are downselected and sized by a graph metric to help uncover a particular type of insight. End on the right with the final activity of the workflow.
Apache SensSoft is a user activity logging and analytics system that enables developers to instrument and extract design and user insights from their applications. It was originally developed at Draper for DARPA's XDATA program as a means of evaluating and improving tools for big data analysis and exploration. Commercially available as Draper's Software as a Sensor™, Apache SensSoft aims to provide a more complete and customizable user analytics platform.