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Gauntlet has introduced a new feature, the Account Explorer, which provides account level data for all markets, interactive filters, and a search bar for individual analysis. While the tool is positively received for its detailed view of positions and visualizations, it currently only includes accounts collateralized by a specific asset, potentially limiting the scope of analysis for some users.
This discussion revolves around the introduction of a new feature by Gauntlet, the Account Explorer. This tool was developed in response to user feedback and aims to surface account level data for all markets on their dashboard1. The Account Explorer provides visualizations and a table with key data points about the accounts, interactive filters, and a search bar for individual analysis of positions on the protocol1. It surfaces data through an account explorer tab at the market level and on collateral asset pages1.
The community's reaction to the new feature is not explicitly mentioned in the summaries. However, Gauntlet's openness to feedback on the Account Explorer suggests an ongoing dialogue with the community1.
The Account Explorer is a positive development as it provides users with a detailed view of positions collateralized by a given asset, guiding them to look into the riskiest borrowers against a given collateral asset1. It also includes features such as a scatterplot and an accounts table, which visualize accounts based on size of borrows, health factor, and last position update1. The tool also offers a number of filters to better hone in on specific accounts that match a given criteria, such as collateral asset, borrowed asset, and max health factor1.
There are no explicit negative aspects mentioned in the summaries. However, it's worth noting that the Account Explorer currently only includes accounts collateralized by a specific asset1. This could potentially limit the scope of analysis for some users. The team is planning to add more features, which indicates that the current version may not fully meet all user needs1.
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