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Interacting with your data

All changes made in the ecosystem data are tracked and logged, and can be accessed via the Data Lab. In the Data Lab the completeness of the data and the evolution of data completeness are shown.

Moreover, to get insight into what source initiated the data changes and when, the Data Lab provides insights linked to data provenance. Data provenance embraces a range of features to keep track of the history of each data field, including the proposed values and the sources initiating an update.

Data provenance results in a detailed log of all valid adjustments, rejections of outdated data, auto-completions and cleansing where appropriate. With the spreadsheet, it is easy to change big chunks of data.

You can see what data has changed and approve, reject or edit data if necessary. It is also possible to check where the data comes from and how complete your ecosystem is.

CURATION

Curation allows admins to verify changes made by users of the ecosystem. This way we make sure the ecosystem contains the best possible data. Admins can see which users asked to be verified, which members are claimed and which users were deleted.

CHANGE LOG

Admins can find a detailed list of all changes that took place in his ecosystem. You can easily see what data has changed, what fields were adjusted and when all this was done.

SPREADSHEET

The spreadsheet has multiple functions. On one hand it helps to adjust the data of multiple users fast and easy. It uses the same method used in excel or other spreadsheet tools. Filters can be used before changing the fields. This spreadsheet can be exported as a CSV-file.

SOURCES

Owners and team members (i.e. admin users) of the ecosystem can add multiple actors to the ecosystem at once, by uploading a data file using the upload functionality within Sources. Upon creation of a google spreadsheet with the required data fields, the google sheet can be uploaded. A log file indicates when the data is successfully uploaded.

COMPLETENESS

KPIs about the completeness of information in the ecosystem, can be found in the completeness section.

There are 3 possible ways to see the completeness information:

  • per group of data field, i.e. the percentage of completion of all actor profiles for each of group of related data fields
  • difference week by week, i.e. the percentage of all actor with a certain data field completed, displayed week by week
  • actual value week by week, i.e. the absolute number of actors with a certain data field completed, displayed week by week

TAXONOMY

Taxonomies allow to customize the categories, enabling technologies and business activities per ecosystem. This way the ecosystem terminology can be adjusted to best fit the characteristics for an ecosystem.

Interacting with your data

All changes made in the ecosystem data are tracked and logged, and can be accessed via the Data Lab. In the Data Lab the completeness of the data and the evolution of data completeness are shown.

Moreover, to get insight into what source initiated the data changes and when, the Data Lab provides insights linked to data provenance. Data provenance embraces a range of features to keep track of the history of each data field, including the proposed values and the sources initiating an update.

Data provenance results in a detailed log of all valid adjustments, rejections of outdated data, auto-completions and cleansing where appropriate. With the spreadsheet, it is easy to change big chunks of data.

You can see what data has changed and approve, reject or edit data if necessary. It is also possible to check where the data comes from and how complete your ecosystem is.

CURATION

Curation allows admins to verify changes made by users of the ecosystem. This way we make sure the ecosystem contains the best possible data. Admins can see which users asked to be verified, which members are claimed and which users were deleted.

CHANGE LOG

Admins can find a detailed list of all changes that took place in his ecosystem. You can easily see what data has changed, what fields were adjusted and when all this was done.

SPREADSHEET

The spreadsheet has multiple functions. On one hand it helps to adjust the data of multiple users fast and easy. It uses the same method used in excel or other spreadsheet tools. Filters can be used before changing the fields. This spreadsheet can be exported as a CSV-file.

SOURCES

Owners and team members (i.e. admin users) of the ecosystem can add multiple actors to the ecosystem at once, by uploading a data file using the upload functionality within Sources. Upon creation of a google spreadsheet with the required data fields, the google sheet can be uploaded. A log file indicates when the data is successfully uploaded.

COMPLETENESS

KPIs about the completeness of information in the ecosystem, can be found in the completeness section.

There are 3 possible ways to see the completeness information:

  • per group of data field, i.e. the percentage of completion of all actor profiles for each of group of related data fields
  • difference week by week, i.e. the percentage of all actor with a certain data field completed, displayed week by week
  • actual value week by week, i.e. the absolute number of actors with a certain data field completed, displayed week by week

TAXONOMY

Taxonomies allow to customize the categories, enabling technologies and business activities per ecosystem. This way the ecosystem terminology can be adjusted to best fit the characteristics for an ecosystem.

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