Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 7 years ago

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Indicator view values that are not graphed

Reported by: Lois Haggard Owned by:
Priority: Unknown Milestone: Unassigned
Component: View-App Version: Unknown
Severity: Unknown Keywords: Community
Cc: kneerings@…

Description

Indicator view values that are used in community reports that do not get used in the indicator profile report graph. Also want to use the data point in a table but not the graph.

(Lois' Note: I don't remember the purpose of this, if someone can remember, please expand on this, thanks.)

Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by Kim Neerings

The purpose of this was to allow us to include data points in the Community Reports that don't necessarily show up in the regular indicator profile, or that it shows in the table but not the graph. One example is when displaying counts for a geographic areas and including state and U.S. numbers. The state and U.S. numbers would make the graph axis extremely long, minimizing the differences shown between each geographic area. To fix this, it would be nice to include only the small geographies in the graph, but still list Utah and U.S. in the table for comparison.

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by Lois Haggard

So, for instance, in NM, we have 109 small areas. But I would never want to display a bar graph with 109 bars on it. So we would use this feature to graph the selected area, NM and U.S.?

comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by Kim Neerings

Cc: kneerings@… added

comment:4 Changed 7 years ago by Eleanor Howell

It would also be a way to include data for community reports such as county trends or county data by sex or race/ethnicity that do not appear in the list of views on the indicator report. For example in North Carolina, we want to publish mortality data by sex and race/ethnicity for each county, which is currently published as http://www.schs.state.nc.us/schs/data/databook/CD21A%20racesexspecificrates.rtf. However, we don't want to have 500 different views on each leading causes of death indicator report.

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