DataSight Version 3.2 Released
The release of DataSight 3.2 brings innovative functionality and core improvements in keeping with our commitment to making DataSight better than ever for its users. New features include support for an internal DataSight Web Browser, the ability to import any file into DataSight’s Documents section, the introduction of a reference variable series to graphical flagging, and much more. DataSight 3.2 users will experience faster processing times and enhanced performance as a result of critical bug fixes.
Several new Levels features have been added:
- Provided you have the Level modification security permission, you are now able to drag and drop a Level 3 from one Level 2 to another in the Level list panel. This will allow you to easily reorganise the structure of your Level 3 site groupings over time.
- Levels are now displayed according to alphanumeric sorting.
- Projection information has been added to SQL Views.
- Multiple level comment forms pertaining to the same level 3 can now be saved simultaneously when the associated level 3 properties form is closed.
- The Process History for Level 1 and 2 changes is now available on Level 1 and 2.
Variable groups are useful in restricting the number of variables shown in the Variables Panel. We have now extended the usefulness of variable groups and implemented variable group filtering in the filter panel. This provides for quick filtering to access and review applicable data.
Several new Import features are now available.
- DataSight 3.2 offers a document import routine to save files into the Documents section. During the import routine, you can choose to assign the document to levels on DataSight and also save the routine as a template for re-use. The template may then be used to automate document import from Tasks.
- You can now import data from Excel fields that contain formulae.
- You will now view equipment with the associated serial number in the drop down list to help facilitate selection of the equipment during import.
- Level 3 IDs (ID number from backend DataSight Level table) can be used during import to allow for anonymous data tagging and import if required. Work requests from DataSight can be sent to third party providers without disclosing the site names. As a result the import routine now disables selection of level 1, 2 or 3 when a level 3 ID is mapped in step 2.
- The process history of imports now records the mapped levels.
INTERNAL WEB BROWSER
An internal Web Browser can now be used to access pages from the internet from within DataSight. Within the browser, you can move backward and forward through web pages. You can quickly access up to four websites by saving them in DataSight Options. One of these websites is called Website (Default), as it auto-loads the specified website when the Web Browser is launched.
Graphical flagging feature changes enable you to inspect and compare your data visually in greater detail. You can now load a reference variable series for comparison on the same or opposite axis. You can also select between all the different levels and variables loaded in your chart or datasheet to populate the series.
You can now elect to see your Level 1 and Level 2 information in the datasheet and pivoted datasheet using the column chooser. From there you can export this information in its entirety.
A number of features have been improved in Calculations.
- We have added a DataSight generated collection history for new data created while updating the database from calculations.
- The process history record is created for both the source and destination levels, when data is created (or moved) using calculations.
- Variable units have been added to the variable name drop-down list.
- You can now load data from a pivoted datasheet to calculations
- Calculation results can now be previewed for all levels when repeating across levels
Regression values are now automatically copied to output when users view the confidence chart
When applying a conversion table out of Regressions to existing data using the Data Conversion form, you can now format the output variable values with user-defined number of decimal places before saving it to the database.
DataSight 3.2 licenses are backwards compatible with older versions of DataSight.
Users will now be prompted to remove their licenses prior to uninstalling DataSight
Please contact your nearest reseller for more information about DataSight Version 3.2.