Downloading Data CSVs from Reports

Every report in Watershed can be shared with a live link or embedded into another system (like Salesforce or an LMS). Sometimes though, you'll need to take the data from a report and transform it or share it via a spreadsheet. When this happens, you're able to download the data that makes up reports as CSVs.

Who can use this feature?
 User Types
Any user that can access a report (Global AdminsArea Admins, and Users) can use this feature.
Available on paid plans (AnalystCLO, and Enterprise).
Anybody (both beginners and experts) can use this feature.

Different Types of Downloads

You can download reports in one of two ways: download aggregated data as it's presented in reports (Download Data Tables) or download the raw xAPI statements that make up the report (Download the Interaction Statements associated with a Report).

Any user with access to a report can download that report's CSVs.

Download Data Tables

At the top right corner of the full view of reports you'll see the option to Download Data Tables:downloaddatatablesfullview.png

Clicking Download Data Tables downloads the aggregated data as it's shown in the report or the aggregated data that's used to create the visualizations in the report. For instance, clicking Download Data Tables for a Leaderboard report downloads the data as it's shown in the report. Clicking Download Data Tables for a Bar report downloads the aggregated data that's used to create the bar visualization in the report. Clicking Download Data Tables in Activity reports downloads data from every visualization in the report.

Download Interaction Statements Associated with a Report

At the bottom of every report, you'll see a link to Download the interaction statements associated with this card:downloadinteractionsassociated.png

 Please note: this link appears at the top right corner of Interactions reports instead of at the bottom of the report.

Clicking this link will download a CSV of every xAPI interaction statement associated with this report. This is useful to troubleshoot issues or to see the set of data that Watershed used to create the report you're seeing.

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