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  1. Tags and Sectors New

    DevResults supports the organization, sorting, and filtering of indicators, activities, organizations, photos, and locations with user-defined tags. You can also organize, sort, and filter indicators and activities by user-defined sectors.  On...
  2. Data Source: Populate from a Linked Data Table New

    Once you've linked data tables to one another, you can design indicators that pull results directly from those tables. The options to design indicators from linked tables are exactly the same as when you populate from a single data table . Pl...
  3. Webinar: Matrix

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Key Points from the Video Context This video is a recording of a live webinar hosted on 30 April 2019 about the Matrix feature. Matrix is a powerful query tool for creating reports. Find Matrix in an...
  4. Configuration Guide

    If you're just getting started with DevResults, we have several articles on Site Setup to help you. This covers how we work, how we create your site, how we conduct trainings, etc.  Once your site is set up, you can begin configuring it...
  5. IATI Hub: Generate IATI files

    More and more organizations are realizing the benefits of publishing open data on their activities, funding streams, and results using the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) data standard. Many donors now require that grantees and re...
  6. Matrix

    Matrix is a powerful query tool for creating reports. Find Matrix in any indicator's reports tab.  The display section lets you choose how to slice, dice, and analyze your data. The filter section lets you choose a subset of your data to i...
  7. FAQ

    This page provides information and answers to frequent questions we receive from users. Can I substantively change an indicator? My map is out of date. How do I update it? Should I add unknown as a disaggregation category? Can I add or e...
  8. Video Tutorial: Create an Indicator

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Key points from the video Context At a minimum, defining an indicator requires identifying the data source, indicator type, number format, disaggregations (if applicable), reporting level (geographic...
  9. Video Tutorial: Data Sources

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Key points from the video Context There are three indicator data sources: direct entry, data table, and formula. When creating an indicator, the first thing to define is the indicator's data sour...
  10. Video: Linked Tables and Relational Data

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Key Points from the Video Context We're nearly done with our project to bring you relational data tables. Relational data tables will allow you to link one or more tables by information common to...