Once you have selected a dashboard, you can explore the different metrics to access more information.

Each metric has several reading levels and has the same working principle.

Step 1. At the first level, you can access the graph title and the keys metrics.


Step 2. When hovering your mouse over a graph, a tool tip is displayed to help you understand the results.

Step 3 (optional). Click on the information bubble available at the top left corner of the graph to get more information about the metrics: a new window is displayed explaining how the graph has been built, which data has been used and giving you tips and tricks to understand and interpret the results. It gives you the keys to contextualize the results.




Step 4 (optional). To go further, click More details in the Information window to access more advanced information.

Step 5. Click on the metric to display a detailed view.

You can drill down into the data and apply filters by date, location or category. Filter options are available on the right side. Filter options may vary depending on the data set that has been analyzed.

Underneath the graph, you can find the set of documents on which is based the analysis (i.e. patents, projects, publications…) or the list of actors (Experts/Organizations profiles) raised by the system. This list is automatically updated when using the filter options. 

Step 6. Click on the document title to display a quick view.

Click Open to access the document metadata.