With the computed metric feature, the users can perform mathematical operations on two or more existing metrics (also known as the base metrics) to derive compound metrics. These metrics are denoted by Σ in the metric section. The operations included are addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and so on.
Users can also create computed metrics using metrics of users, bikes, and so on, i.e. metrics across various entities. For example, if you want to find out revenue per bike, trips per bike, and so on.
For example: If you want to create a metric for churn, the user can use the computed metric option to subtract searches from the bookings.
i.e. Churn =bookings - searches