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  1. Create a Data Table

    Data Tables versus Direct Entry Indicator results can be entered directly, or they can be pulled from a data table. For a quick breakdown on when to use Data Tables versus Direct Entry, take a look at the Indicator Guidebook . What Goes In a...
  2. GDPR: Tips and Tools

    The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into effect on May 25, 2018, is pushing organizations (private, public, and non-profit) to reconsider the ways in which they collect, store, use, and disseminate persona...
  3. Visualizations: Pie Chart

    DevResults has 3 main types of Indicator Visualizations: Graph (Targets and Actuals Graph) Map (Choropleth Map) Pie (Pie Chart) The Pie Chart produces a pie or donut-shaped graph that displays a single reporting period's data. Great For ...
  4. New To DevResults?

    Welcome to DevResults! To help you get a feel for the site, we've put together a list of articles we think may be helpful. Want help navigating the site?  We have several help pages dedicated to navigating the site.   Here's an o...
  5. Setup Template Instructions

    Overview The DevResults Setup Template forms the structural foundation of your DevResults site. DevResults is happy to help organize this information, but ultimately, you are responsible for the content provided. This Excel file has thirteen tabs, ...
  6. Indicator Guidebook

    Indicators must be precisely defined so that results can be compared between locations, reporting periods, and activities. We've studied performance data and designed DevResults to enforce indicator definitions that make data useful and mean...
  7. Disaggregations

    In this page: What are disaggregations and what information do I need to define them? How do I administer disaggregations? What are "cross-disaggregation" and "parallel disaggregation"? Parallel disaggregation: What...
  8. Configure Your Site

    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 configur...
  9. How to Use Forms

    The "Forms" tab in DevResults offers some basic tools to help you create reports, briefings, letters, forms, or other paperwork in Microsoft Word. Forms in DevResults work like Microsoft Word's Mail Merge. First, you create a template...
  10. Formatting Text

    DevResults enables you to format text in narrative fields using a system called Markdown. Markdown uses simple characters to create emphasis, lists, headers, links, and images. If you use forms to generate reports from DevResults, the exported Wor...