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  1. Assign a Geography to an Activity

    In this page: Assign Geographies to Activity Advanced Geography Settings Assign Geographies to Activity DevResults tracks two types of geographies : Locations (specific points on a map with GPS coordinates such as hospitals, schools...
  2. Problem: The map is incorrect or out of date

    Background: DevResults generally acquires maps for your country or countries from the publicly available files at gadm.org . If the information we have provided is inaccurate or out of date, it is your responsibility to provide the .kml or shape f...
  3. 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...
  4. IATI: Supported elements

    DevResults supports the export of activity and organization data in XML format according to the IATI Data Standard. Below is a list of the activity and organization elements currently available for export. Supporting additional IATI elements will be...
  5. Tags and Sectors

    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...
  6. Define a dashboard

    When you log in to DevResults, the first page you see is your dashboard. Each user can design their dashboard to show information relevant to them. Dashboards are edited by editing, arranging, resizing, adding, and removing tiles. On this page:&nbs...
  7. Data Source: Populate from a Linked Data Table

    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...
  8. Link Data Tables

    Once you've created a Lookup Key for a table, you can use it to link records in one table to another.  Linking Existing Data Tables To link a data table to another, navigate to the data table you want to link. In this example, we'll...
  9. Lookup key

    Before beginning to link tables to one another, please make sure you have enabled the "Relational Data Tables" feature under Administration > Program Settings To link tables to one another, we've introduced a Lookup Key t...
  10. Why Does My Pito Report Have Uncategorized Data?

    When editing a Pito Report, you may see a warning that "Your report contains uncategorized data," or you may see a row or column that is labeled 'Undefined'. This means that data cannot be displayed in the rows or columns that you ...