Dashlet Options – HI Low PI and Gauge 1

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In the Hi Low KPI and the Gauge 1 Dashlets, you can complete this task in two ways:

  1. In the Dashboard Editor

  2. In the Dashlet itself in the Dashboard Page.

To change what the Hi Low KPI and the Gauge 1 Dashlets measure:

  1. Click ‘Dashboard’ in the Control Bar

  2. Click ‘KPI Dashboard’ in the Page Tree

  3. In the Dashlet, click the  button  

Fields Definitions

Description

Change the Name of the Dashlet here

Date Range

Select the Date range by clicking open the Dropbox, Note that selecting ‘Custom’ reveal the Start / End Date selection input boxes

KPI Type

Select what you want to measure by selecting from the list of Key Performance Indicators.

Note: If a Max KPI is not chosen, only the value/count will be shown and the Low/High Value cannot be percentage.

Max KPI

Select what you want to measure against KPI Type.

For example: A KPI Type of Total Missed Tests, and Max KPI Total Tests Taken,  the Dashlet would then show you how many Tests were missed, compared to the Total Tests Scheduled as a Total and as a percentage

Low Value

By defining the Low Value Users can adjust how the information is represented in the Dashlet. The Low value can be a percentage of the Max KPI is in use or a static value otherwise.

One example: KPI Type of ‘Total Missed Tests’; Low Value of 10; High Value of 20. Results of 10 or below would show as LOW on the gauge. Anything between 10 and 20 would be calculated using a percentage; So a value of 15 would show as ELEVATED as this is 50% of the difference between low and high; using the equation (High Value – Low Value) * (KPI Value – Low Value)

Note: The Low value can be more than the high value this scenario will invert the results.

High Value

Again the High Value can be a percentage if the Max KPI is in use or a static value otherwise. The High value can be less than the high value and in this scenario will invert the results.

Another example of Dashlet Set Up: KPI Type of ‘Tests that have Passed; Max KPI of ‘Total Test Count’; a Low Value of 90% and a High Value of 50%. A result of 15 passes out of 20 (75%) – which would equate to a value between MODERATE and ELEVATED as its approaching the High Value.

Change Sites

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing the Sites. Select the Site(s) the Dashlet is to report on. Note the selections in User Defined.

Change Equipment Groups

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing Equipment Groups.  Select the Equipment Groups the Dashlet is to report on.

Change Equipment

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing Equipment options. Select the Equipment(s) the Dashlet is to report on.

Change Questions

Optionally, check the Check Box to reveal a Pop Up containing Questions options. Select the question(s) the Dashlet is to report on.

Size

Optionally, change the size of the dashlet

 

  1. Edit the fields as required.

  2. Click ‘Apply and Save’ to save. (Apply Only will allow changes to be viewed but not saved)