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  1. Visualizations: Pie Chart

    DevResults has 3 main types of Indicator Visualizations: Graph (Targets and Actuals Graph) Map (Choropleth or Graduated Symbols Map) Pie (Pie Chart) The Pie Chart produces a pie or donut-shaped graph that displays a single reporting period'...
  2. Disaggregations

    In this page: What are disaggregations and what information do I need to define them? Create a disaggregation Edit a disaggregation Upload new disaggregations Assign disaggregations to indicators What are "cross-disaggregati...
  3. Data Structures

    If you've gone through DevResults training, you know that all pieces of data in DevResults need to have four characteristics defined: Who What When Where It's easy to remember these words, but understanding the concepts they align to ...
  4. Teach Yourself DevResults

    Learning DevResults? This page provides a logical progression through each topic needed to be a successful DevResults user. We are working toward providing video tutorials for every major topic so stay tuned for updates! This series of tutorials w...
  5. Permissions Overview

    DevResults manages access using permissions groups. In plain English: Users are assigned to a single group. A group is defined with an access level for each part of the site. This makes it easy to see a user's permission and to update permi...
  6. 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...
  7.  Video: DevResults Overview

    Here's a quick overview of our software. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us at info@devresults.com or check out our public site at devresults.com . Your browser does not support HTML5 video. ...
  8. DevResults API

    An API (Application Program Interface) lets you access components of one application for use in another. DevResults' API allows you to pull information from your DevResults site to use or display in another application or website. You can find a...
  9. Indicator Data Sources

    Indicators measure progress toward objectives. This page describes the three sources for an indicator's results in DevResults.  Direct Entry : for entering numbers each reporting period (e.g. once per quarter, per year, etc.) Strengt...
  10. Enter 'Direct Entry' Data

    There are several ways to add or view indicator results. This page describes the best place to edit or review indicator results (or an activity's data entry status) for a particular reporting period. Enter data online Enter data offline (v...