Both on your user- and on your facility-dashboard widgets help you to get a nice overview of your data. Since it's important to know which widget shows you what kind of information when using them for your dashboard, we created a summary of all available facility-widgets in QBRX.
QBRX Widgets can be separated into three categories: Information, Data point and Analyses widgets. In the following article, we'll be talking about the first two kinds of widgets, which are also known as facility-widgets. Analyses widgets on the other hand can only be used on your user dashboard and display content created in the analysis app.
Those widgets are your source for general information about your facilities. This includes properties, uploaded documents and issues.
You can upload documents, which other user can download later on. The widgets shows you some of them in a compact form.
When uploading pictures in documents, they are automatically added to your gallery. The widget displays some of them in a compact form.
Issues can be created and edited in the facility-menu. The widget shows you some of them, so you won't forget your tasks.
Once you have added an address to your properties, the matching facility-widget will show you the fitting place on an map.
The widget for messages displays the most recent messages of your chosen facility and, if necessary, of its sub-facilities. The link "all messages" brings you to the message overview.
At "properties" you can note down the basic data of your facility. The widget will simply show you some of the information.
Data point widgets
In data point widgets your data is analyzed and evaluated in many different tables and charts.
The annual load displays values of a data point, declining from highest to lowest of the year.
|Bar chart (data point comparison)||You can compare different data points of your chosen facility in this widget.|
|Bar chart (facility comparison)||This chart enables you to compare the values of one meaning from different facilities with each other.|
Bar chart (grouping by data points)
This bar chart enables you to group numeric data points by discrete data points, i.e. boolean data points and enumerations.
The bar chart is suitable for quick, clear comparisons of data groups.
|Bar chart (yearly comparison)||This widget allows you to compare the monthly values of data points with each other, The number ad range of years are adjustable.|
Comparison charts for data points
To compare data points with the same meanings with each other, you can use different chart widgets. At the moment, they can be compared in bar and pie charts.
Comparison charts for sub-facilities
To compare different child-facilities of one parent-facility with each other, you can also use two chart widgets: a bar and pie chart.
This widget displays the current value of one data point. It is, for example, used to show the outside temperature of sites.
Displays the current value of a data point, just like minimum, maximum and average values of a chosen period.
The widget displays chromatic data expressions of a data point compared to a color scale depending on a certain period of time.
Shows the frequency distribution of values of a data point.
|Hot dog chart|
With this widget you can set two data points in relation to each other. The relative and absolute difference is displayed.
|Important data points|
The widget for important data points values displays the most recent values of data points of a facility and its sub-facilities.
The widget gives you a practical overview of current values of your important data points.
Evaluated data points have to be marked as "important".
Peak value table
This table displays a ranking of load peaks for a certain period.
|Pivot table (facility comparison)|
The total value of years and months are shown in this table.
Data point value tables display values of a chosen data point within certain periods of time.
Ratio of two data points
Compares two data points with each other to create a common percentage value.
In the relation chart, you can see the percentage of certain data points of a shared value.
|Relation chart (duration of state)||In this chart, boolean data points and enumerations are put in relation to each other to display the duration of their respective states.|
|Scatter Plot||A scatter plot represents pairs of values of two data points in a chart.|
|Schedule||This widget shows you a chosen schedule of your facility and its current value.|
|Table (grouping by data point)|
The table enables you to group numeric data points by discrete data points, i.e. boolean data points and enumerations.
It is a practical way to display in-depth analysis of data groups.
A chart that shows the elapsed time of a data point. The lowest and highest values will also be foregrounded. In this chart, you can evaluate numeric and boolean data points, as well as enumerations at the same time.