Graphical reports are the most flexible and visual reports available. These reports are presentation-ready, can perform complex data analysis, and aggregate data from many sources.
Creating a new Graphical Report
- Click Analyze Results from the left-hand menu.
- Click Report Builder from the list of options.
- Under the Reports title, click the Basic: CSV dropdown.
- Click Graphical and select the PDF report format.
- Give your report a name and a description.
- Select the datasource from the Source dropdown.
- Click Save.
To change your report title and description:
- In Report Builder: Graphical Reports, click the report name.
- Enter in a new name.
- Click on the text Enter a description here (optional).
- Either enter in a description or erase the text to leave it blank.
In the toolbar, you can:
- Choose the language by clicking the English dropdown on the top right.
- Change the report colors by clicking the Default dropdown.
- Preview, Save, or Download your report.
- Toggle back to the Report Builder home page by clicking Back.
To add data to your report:
- Click the + sign.
- The default dataset is a summary of the Round. To change the dataset source, click the General: Round dropdown and select another source.
- Change how data appears by clicking the table, pie chart, bar chart or time series icons.
- Click the add filter icon to limit the amount of data presented in the chart or graph.
- Click the Advanced button for more data formatting options. See Advanced Features below for more information.
- To remove the dataset, click the x in the top right corner.
- Click the + sign below your first graph add more data to your report.
The Advanced features include:
- Add Crosstab Dimension: When selected, another data source appears that you can crosstab your original data against. To edit it, click the Question dropdown and select the datasource.
- Add Custom Measure: Measure your original dataset by another dataset and define the measurement unit. For example, you can breakdown application categories by GPA, and present it as a sum. Click Add Custom Measure to add two new dropdowns: Measure and Average. Measure is the data you want to measure the original datasource against. Average is the measurement units available.
- Aggregate Options: Adds the median, mode, total, and standard deviation to your graph or chart.
- Precision: Lets you specify how many decimal points you wish to show. A precision of 1 means to one decimal place.
- Display Option: Summarizes variables by numbers (count) or percentages.