Welcome to Visualisations

In this series, you'll find out how to create and use visualisations.

Using Visualisations

When you’ve created a Visualisation you’ll find it on your dashboard. Visualisations are fully customisable and interactive to your requirements.

Zoom Bar

If you click on the zoom bar below the chart you can view the chart closer up. The zoom bar goes right into snapshot view. 

Snapshot View

Snapshot view shows your assets’ productivity up close. You can turn snapshot view on and off in the top right corner of the screen. 

Asset List

The green arrow to the right of your Visualisation expands your asset list. You can view the productivity of your assets together or alone. To do this select the assets you’d like to see and then click UPDATE CHART. 

Review Data

You can review the data in your Visualisation by clicking on REVIEW DATA in the top left corner. Here you’ll find your data topics. 

If you’re having trouble using your Visualisations please visit our FAQ or Community pages. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you can’t find a solution —we’re always happy to help. You can submit a support ticket on our Support page.

How to Create Visualisations

What are visualisations?

Visualisations are either a latest value or graph, which help communicate your data into an understanding visual. Instead of sifting through complicated spreadsheets, Create Visualisations shows you exactly what you want to know with just a few simple steps. No more stressful and time consuming work. Woohoo!

Step 1

Log into your GlasCore account. Once logged in and your dashboard has loaded, go to the left hand of the screen and click on the Create Visualisations button.

Step 2

Decide on which data topic you’d like to analyse from the drop down box. Remember to check over your data for the topic familiarising yourself with the date ranges to help make sure the visualisation preview works properly. Don’t drag any columns down to the preview box as the preview wont work until you have filled out the date ranges.

Step 3

Next you will need to decide on your Chart Settings, so go to the left of the screen and start with naming your Visualisation. For example if my data was from milk recording for snd week of September 2020 at Victordale Farm I would use the name – ‘Victordale Farm Milk Records Sept 7th-13th 2020’

Step 4

Now its time to select which chart type you want to visualise your data with. A time series shows the data over a period of time like a common graph and a latest value displays the latest values of your data as one value.

Step 5

Choose a date type that you’d like to set for your chart. Inactive fixes your visualisation to the date range. Active visualises your latest data with set time margins. And then select the date range of your chart.

Step 6

Decide on a time margins (duration) view or Asset view. Time margins let you view your data in minutes, days, weeks, months, or a specific duration such as 1hr 30mins and 10 seconds. Asset view lets you see your recorded data from each asset in your selected topic.

Step 7

View your chart by clicking the preview chart button in the preview box to the right. If it doesn’t work this may be because you haven’t selected the correct dates for your chosen topic.

Step 8

Customise your column. Change the colour, chart type and data action type.

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