Project Analytics

Project Analytics

View the project data in an interactive analytics format to discover meaningful patterns. Project analytics is available only for the users of the Pro plan. 

Button to view project analytics data
  1. Click here to view the project analytics data;
Project Analytics
  1. You can use the date range filter to get the welds that are planned within the range selected (weld date planned must fall within the date range);
  2. You will see 4 tiles for tags, drawings, WPS and welders around the tile for welds. When you visit this page, the count in each of the tiles will show the total data in the project. You may use the filter button (shaped like a funnel) in any of these tiles to select specific tag or drawing and view the related data;
  3. You may export the data to an Excel file;
  4. The number of welds planned, tested, etc will be shown here;
  5. The number of welds in work packs, test packs, number of materials used for the filtered welds will be shown in these tiles;
Production charts
  1. Click on the "Production" chart to view the line graph of welds planned, allocated and completed;
  2. You will see the tree map of the quantity of welds by welder here;
  3. You will see the tree map of the total size of welds performed by welders here;
Inspection charts
  1. Click on the "Inspection" chart to view the bubble graph for visual inspection of welds;
  2. PWI stands for pre-weld inspection, IDW stands for inspection during welding and FI stands for post-weld or final inspection. Size of the bubble will indicate the number of welds. You may use the + and - buttons to zoom in or out and the hand button to pan the chart. If you click on the + button in a magnifying glass, you can select a portion of the graph to view the welds in the zone selected;
  3. You will see the tree map of the number of welds inspected by inspection type;
  4. You will see the tree map of the defects identified when welds are failed in final inspection;
NDE charts
  1. Click on the "NDE" chart to view the bubble graph for NDE testing details of welds;
  2. You will see the bubbles for the count of welds by NDE passed and failed. Size of the bubble will indicate the number of welds. You may use the + and - buttons to zoom in or out and the hand button to pan the chart. If you click on the + button in a magnifying glass, you can select a portion of the graph to view the welds in the zone selected;
  3. You will see the tree map of the number of welds tested by NDE type;
  4. You will see the tree map of the defects identified when welds are failed during testing;
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