Spider Report

Who can use this feature?
 User Types
Any user with access to Explore (Global AdminsArea Admins, and some Users) can edit a Spider Report. All users can view a Spider Report.
 Pricing 
Available on paid plans (AnalystCLO, and Enterprise).
 Expertise
Anybody (both beginners and experts) can use this feature.

What is a Spider Report?

The Spider Report displays learner performance in a spider chart. Multiple performance measures (e.g., KPIs, competencies, or assessment scores) are plotted on the same scale. You can quickly compare how different individuals and groups are performing on the selected performance measures.spider_general.png

Creating and Editing a Spider Report

Use Explore to create new Spider Reports and to configure existing Spider Reports.

Spider Report Filters and Options

Beyond the typical Explore filters and options, the Spider Report provides options that are unique to the Spider Report.

Spider Filter

Select Spider from the report selection menu and then click Spider in the filter menu:spider_spider.png

In the Spider filter, you’ll use the different menu items to customize your report.

Organized Menu

On the Organized menu, you’ll choose what you’d like to rank on the Spider Report. Choose an option from the Organized menu and the shapes on the Spider Report will be you’ve chosen. On the Leaderboard below the spider chart, each row will also be what you've chosen (each row represents a shape on the spider chart).

For example, if you choose By Person in the Organized menu, your Spider Report will be organized by people, each shape on the spider chart will represent a different person, each row on the leaderboard below the spider chart will be a person, and the default Average number will be the average of all people: organized_by_example.png

Measures Menu

On the Measures menu, you’ll choose how you’d like to rank what you chose in the Organized menu. You need to choose at least 3 measures for your Spider Report.

 Related: What are Measures?

To add a measure to the Spider Report, choose a measure from the Select a Measure menu and click the Add Measure button next to the menu. Explore will not preview the Spider Report until you've selected 3 or more measures. To deselect a measure, click the X next to the Measure in the Measures section.

In this example, we've chosen By Group in the Organized menu and Units Produced, Downtime, and Reject Ratio in the Measures menu (all three of these measures were created in the Measure Editor):choosemeasuresandorganizedbyexample.pngEach shape on the spider chart and row below the spider chart are groups. Each "spoke" on the spider chart are the chosen measures:examplebothgroupsandmeasures.png

Scale Menu

The Scale menu allows you to choose the scale of how the measures are represented on the Spider Report. You have two options:

  • Normalized - When you choose Normalized, each individual measure is charted on a scale of the greatest value of that measure. 
  • Exact - When you choose Exact, each measure is scaled on a scale of the greatest value of amongst all of the measures. 

Using Spider Reports

Each Spider Report has a spider chart at the top and a leaderboard at the bottom. Choose which values are represented on the chart by selecting the Add to Chart column. The Average is an average of all values for each measure. The Benchmark is determined on a measure by measure basis in the Measure Editor

Advanced Configuration

 Advanced configuration is designed to be used by expert users who understand JSON and the properties of xAPI statements.

Check out our Advanced Configuration guide for more information on customizing your reports.

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