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  1. Activity Metadata

    To quickly visualize general activity metadata, navigate to Data  > Activity Metadata - beta .  Click on the list menu on the far right-hand side. You'll be given options to visualize information either in a Matrix or a Pie Ch...
  2. Define a Dashboard

    When you log in to DevResults, the first page you see is a dashboard. Each user can create and design as many dashboards as they'd like to show information relevant to them. Dashboards are edited by editing, arranging, resizing, adding, and remo...
  3. Data Source: Populate from a data table

    After you have created a data table , you can design indicators that pull results directly from the data table. This article covers how to:  Define a data table indicator Configure one of four calculation types: Count all Count uniqu...
  4. DevResults to Power BI

    You can import DevResults results data directly to Power BI using our custom connector. Installing the DevResults Custom Connector Note:  As the DevResults to Power BI custom connector is not signed by Microsoft, please allow all extensions...
  5. Renaming Terms in DevResults

    New DevResults users often ask about renaming terms on their DevResults platform. This article is a complete guide to what you can and can't change, and why.  Configuration vs. Customization : Our approach to tailoring our software Ren...
  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 meanin...
  7. How is Data Table Information Assigned to Reporting Periods?

    When an indicator's results are calculated from a data table, rows of the data table get assigned to a reporting period based on:  The date in the data table row (in the column defined as the indicator's date column ) The activity r...
  8. Resetting an Activity Reporting Period

    Imagine a scenario where information was incorrectly added to an activity for a certain reporting period and you'd like to delete all of that information and return to a blank slate. For this, you can use the  Reset activity reporting perio...
  9. Define a Reporting Cycle

    Reporting cycles let you establish the frequency with which different activities report on different indicators. For example, imagine that your DevResults site has only annual and quarterly reporting cycles, but you have a new indicator that should...
  10. Count Unique Sets Examples

    Count Unique Sets is a useful calculation tool to count unique data table rows based on user-defined criteria. This help page walks through a few practical count unique sets examples.  How Does 'Count Unique Sets' Work? Where Count Al...