Teligen Dashboard User Guide

Teligen OECD Mobile Voice and Data Price Benchmarking Dashboard

OECD Mobile Voice and Data Price Benchmarking is a comprehensive, easy-to-use Excel-based system which is updated quarterly, and tracks mobile voice and handset data pricing for the 2 main providers in each of the 35 OECD countries plus Columbia, as well as providing comprehensive benchmarking capabilities in a single source. The service is based on the internationally respected OECD price benchmarking methodology.

1. Navigation

2. Filtering and Selections

3. Viewing

4. Change Chart Type

5. Sorting

6. Exporting

7. Using Bookmarks

8. Notifications




1. Navigation

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You can quickly navigate to other Dashboard Collections and Dashboard Pages you have access to using the two specific drop downs located in the top left of the screen.

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You can also use the Green or Blue ‘Go to’ buttons available on every page.

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    Dashboards

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    Select a different Dashboard Collection by clicking on the first drop down located in the top left of the screen.

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    Dashboard Pages

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    Select a different Dashboard Page by clicking on the second drop down located in the top left of the screen.

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2. Filtering and Selections

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Each Dashboard Page allows you to explore different subsets of data selections using the available Filters embedded on the page.

To identify what data selections values are currently applied to that page click on the ‘Filters’ tray icon/option located in the top right of Dashboard page menus.

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    Embedded Filters and Selections on a Dashboard Page

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    Filters are embedded on the page so that you can easily change them.

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    All the Embedded Filters have a Search bar so that you can more easily find a value when there are many values to choose from.

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    Filters and Selections in the dashboard menu Filters Tray

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    The number next to the ‘Filters’ tray icon indicates how may filters currently have selection values applied to that page. So for example, if you saw the number 10 next to the ‘Filters’ Tray icon, then this means that 10 Filters currently have selection values applied.

    Clicking on the ‘Filters’ Tray will display a vertical list of the all the Filters and the values currently selected.

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    Important Note: If a Filter is already embedded (directly visible) on that Dashboard page then clicking on the same Filter via the 'Filters' tray icon in the Dashboard Menu options will have no effect.

3. Viewing

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You can hover over any Charts to see more detailed information in a popup.

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    Maximize Charts or Tables

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    Maximize a Chart or Table by hovering over it and clicking the Maximize icon. The Chart or Table will expand to fill the whole screen.

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    Minimize Charts or Tables

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    Minimize a Chart or Table by hovering over it and clicking the Minimize icon. The Chart or Table will then go back to normal size on the screen.

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4. Change Chart Type

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On some Dashboard Pages you can change the type of Chart that is being displayed.

You will notice a ‘Chart Type’ selection option embedded on the Dashboard page. Clicking on this selection option will reveal options to change to other Chart Types such as ‘Bar Chart’, ‘Column Chart’ or ‘Map Chart’.

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5. Sorting

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In some Tables you have a ‘Sort’ Option. This allows you to change the order of the content by reordering the selected column.

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There are two types of Sort Icons displayed on the Table.

X-axis Sorting:

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Y-axis Sorting

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6. Exporting

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You have the ability to export content from the Dashboard pages as and when required.

You will also notice that all the Export types give you the option of ‘(with Details)’. If you Export ‘(with Details)’ then you will also receive a list of all the Filter selections and associated values that were being applied at the time you exported the content.

 

    Export a view of the entire Dashboard Page

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    If you decide that you would like to export a .PDF of all the visualized content displayed in one Dashboard page then this is achievable via the Export option in the top right Dashboard Menu.

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    You have the following Export types:

    • PDF
    • PDF (with Details)          Note: You receive additional information on all the Filter selections and associated values that were being applied at the time you exported the content.

     

    Export a single Chart or Table

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    Export a single visualization such as a Chart or Table by clicking on the ‘Dashlet Actions’ and selecting ‘Export As’.

    You have the following Export types depending on the type of visualization:

    • PDF
    • PDF (with Details)        Note: You receive additional information on all the Filter selections and associated values that were being applied at the time you exported the content.
    • Data to Excel
    • Data to Excel (with Details)        Note: You receive an additional sheet called 'Metadata' with information on all the Filter selections and associated values that were being applied at the time you exported the content.
    • Data to Excel Pivot Table        Note: This is only available if the visualization is a Crosstab
    • Data to Excel Pivot Table (with Details)        Note: This is only available if the visualization is a Crosstab. You will also receive an additional sheet called 'Metadata' with information on all the Filter selections and associated values that were being applied at the time you exported the content.


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    Example Image of 'Data to Excel' export content:

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7. Using Bookmarks

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Use bookmarks to save a view of your dashboard so you can easily find it again later. This is particularly helpful if you have a few favorite filters that you like to apply.

  1. When you are on a dashboard page that you want to save, in the top menu bar click the Bookmarks icon.

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    2. Click Add (+) to create a new bookmark, name it, and click the check box to save it for later retrieval. The system saves the state of the dashboard at the time you create the bookmark.

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    3. To retrieve a bookmark, click the bookmarks button and select it from the list. The dashboard will refresh to the view that was saved as a bookmark.




8. Notifications

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If enabled for your user account, you can create a notification email that sends a report or a dashboard to one or more email recipients.

 

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    Share a report by clicking Dashlet Actions - Create Notifications.

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    Click Add (+) and enter the name of the notification, email addresses, frequency, time, and time zone.

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    Note: Separate email addresses for multiple recipients with a semicolon and no spaces. For example:

    MyBoss@myCo.com;Me@myCo.com

     

    Optionally, change the default PDF attachment format for a report/dashlet. Note: Dashboards can only export as PDFs. Toggle it on and select another format such as CSV, PPT, Excel, HTML, or RTF/Word. The type of available format depends on the type of chart.

     

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    If enabled for your account, and if the report is a large table, the Bulk Export option lets you export up to the maximum number that the Administrator configured for your account rows.

     

    The 'Include Details' option adds a tab or page called "Metadata" that includes the dashboard, and report names, the timestamp, and the applied filters if any. For example, here is a PDF details page:

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    Save the notification, then click Done. A summary of the report notification information shows in the Notifications panel.

     

    Click Back to leave the summary. Click the Notifications button in the top menu bar to close the panel.

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    Note: To see and edit any of your notifications, click the Notifications button.

     

    Share a dashboard by clicking the Notifications button, then click the Add button in the Notifications Center.

     

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    Fill in the name, email addresses, and set the frequency, time, and time zone. You can enter a title for the email subject line, and format text to go within the email.

     

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    Then select the attachment format options and whether you want the report to add details such as the collection name. These are similar options to a simple report export, as previously described.

     

    Click Save, then Back, then the Notifications button. The system will send a dashboard notification to the email addresses at the specified time.

     

    The Notification Center lists all the email notifications that you have set up.

     

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    The single bell icon indicates a report notification, and the bell with a paper behind it indicates a dashboard notification.

     

    To share multiple dashboards in one email it's easiest to start with an existing notification, as described above. Then navigate to the second dashboard page and go back into the Notifications panel, and select Action - Add Dashboard. The new dashboard gets added to the list at the bottom.

     

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