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April'24 platform updates: Data Explorer

Data Explorer is a powerful tool that breaks down your company's environmental footprint with customizable dimensions.

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Apr 25, 2024

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Martin Daniel

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Martin from Carbonfact here. We are excited to introduce our new Data Explorer, now available on the Carbonfact platform. This tool allows you to break down your company's environmental footprint into various dimensions!

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TL; DR - Watch a demo video

We recorded a short demo video for you:

 

How it works: 

  1. Start with a metric such as footprint, weight, units, or uncertainty.
  2. Then split your metric by a dimension. For instance, you may choose to break down your footprint by material, process step, supplier, product hierarchy, and more. You can use any dimension that you defined when onboarding on your Carbonfact platform.
  3. There is more! You can combine multiple dimensions. For instance, you can look at the weight of material within each product category. 

This tool allows you to quickly visualize your main sources of emissions to build concrete reduction plans. Some of our customers found it useful for reporting purposes. 

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