i4connected Knowledgebase 5.6

Analysis Modules Overview

Abstract

Here is a quick overview in the Analysis Modules section, providing more details about the most commonly met graphical representations in i4connnected.

The i4connected Analysis modules provide the user with a wide range of graphical representations, featured as methods to show and represent values, increases, decreases or comparisons of certain variables. The most commonly met graphical representations in i4connected portal are:

  • Bar charts - allows the user to compare items between different groups or to track changes over time.

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    The Load profile

  • Line charts - allows the user to compare changes over same period of time for more than one group of items.

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    The Annual Load

  • Sankey diagrams - allows the user to visually represent consumption flows for more than one group of items.

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    The Sankey diagram

  • Carpet plots - allows the user to illustrate the interaction between independent and dependent in a two-dimensional plot.

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    The Carpet plot

  • Gantt charts - allows the user to illustrate the dependency relationships between activities and current schedule status.

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    The Event Gantt

Analysis Modules parameters

The i4connected dashboards can be configured by the system administrator by preselecting a set of parameters. These settings can be organised by opening the analysis tiles in edit mode.

Tip

For more details regarding Edit Tiles function, please also visit the article here.

Under the Parameters selector section of the Edit tile panel, the system administrator can organise multiple and various settings.

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The Edit Tile panel

Out of these, here are the most relevant parameters that can be configured:

  • Choosing the KPIs

  • Choosing the KPIs to be preselected

  • Choosing the Measure Group

  • Choosing the Measure Type

  • Choosing the Start and End dates

  • Choosing the Item types (Organizational Unit, Area, Site or Device)

  • Choosing the Items