Community BI is a Business Intelligence system that enables the analysis of captured data.
If you have not used the system before it can be a little daunting.
Here are some articles that will give you an overview of the system and help you start analysing your data.
The Getting Started category contains a number of articles that cover the basics of the system. You may choose to browse through the categories to find what you are looking for.
The following articles are another good starting place for information:
Logging In – logging onto the system is the first step to analysing your data.
Repository – The Repository stores all saved Ad Hoc Views, Reports and Dashboards for future use.
Creating Ad Hoc Views – Creating your own Ad Hoc View allows you to look at the data you need for your reporting or analysis purposes. All Reports and Dashboards need an Ad Hoc View to display data.
Creating Reports – Creating Reports allows you to present information captured in an Ad Hoc View to multiple people, to keep a record of results at a point in time and to share the findings with external parties.
Creating Dashboards – Creating Dashboards allows you to present information from multiple Ad Hoc Views or reports to multiple people, to keep a record of results at a point in time and to share findings with external parties.
Scheduling – Scheduling allows you to receive reports or dashboards directly from the system at a specified time. You may set up a monthly report to be created on the 1st of the month and save to a repository folder for point in time records of data.