The Heat Map shows you which traders or accounts are generating activity that has a high degree of similarity to regulatory cases. Each rectangle represents a group of clusters using color to indicate the level of risk, and size to indicate the number of clusters. These visual cues help you prioritize your cluster group review based on activity that generates the most risk.
The Heat Map display is organized into the following sections:
The Heat Map groups clusters by trader, instrument, or account, and displays these groups as a collection of blocks. TT Score calculates a risk score for each block based on the clusters in the group represented by that block.
|Score||Set minimum and maximum score thresholds to filter which blocks to display.|
|Cortex||Select which models to include in the results.|
|Instrument||Filter for one or more instruments.|
|ProdType||Filter to for Futures, Strategies and Options on Futures.|
|Trader||Select traders to include in the results.|
|Account||Select accounts to include in the results.|
|More||Filter the results by whether or not a reviewed column contains a value.|
On the right side of the display is the Summary Statistics pane, which contains the following:
Scores are described in the following table.
|Min Risk||The minimum individual cluster risk score.|
|Mean Risk||The average risk score of all clusters contained in the current data selection.|
|Median Risk||The median individual cluster risk score.|
|Max Risk||The highest individual risk score seen the the currently viewed data.|
|#_clusters||Total number of clusters.|
On the left of the screen, the Date Selection Panel shows the daily activity logs that have been selected using the date picker and are available for data visualization.