Welcome to Visualisations

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

S4: E1 | Visualisations

To create visualisations you need to have at least one topic on your data page. Use the Importing Data tutorial series to find out how to do this.

Go to Create Visualisations on the navigation bar —it’s the chart icon. 

First, select the topic you’d like to visualise in the drop-down bar. You can view multiple topics in the same visualisation.

Select the column you’d like to visualise data from. You can select another column from the same topic by selecting it in the next selection box. 

Select the date range. Make sure it matches up with your data. The dashboard will visualise all of the data between these two dates.

The dashboard divides your date range into days, weeks, months, minutes or specific periods and this is how it visualises your data. For example, an interval of 30 days can be divided into 30 bars (daily), 4 bars (weekly), etc. Select how you’d like to view your data. 

Now you can select how you’d like visualise your data. You can use a line, bar or area chart.

Select an inactive or active visualisation format. Inactive uses a fixed date range, whereas active uses a progressing date range that updates with time.

You can view the average or total value of your data. The dashboard calculates average data by adding all of the values together and dividing by the right amount of your data set. The dashboard calculates total data by adding all of the values together in your data set. Select Average or Total.

Check that the details of your chart are right before creating your visualisation. You can go back if you’d like to change anything. Once you’ve checked click Create Chart.

If you’re having trouble creating 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.

S4: E2 | 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.