Reports and filters
All completed snapshots
This report has information on all the completed snapshots
- snapshot_id: unique identifier of the snapshot
- template: the name of the template where the snapshot is based on
- user_name: full name of the subject of the snapshot
- user_teams: the names of the snapshot subject's teams
- conductor_name: full name of the user filling in the snapshot
- conductor_type: 'type' of snapshot assessment. Can be 'team_leader', 'coach', 'peer' or 'self'
- team_for_snapshot: name of the team linked to the snapshot
- organisation: organisation of the snapshot's subject
- completed_at: date when the snapshot was filled in
All completed snapshot with scores per snapshot push
This report adds additional information to the 'all completed snapshots' report. It contains the same columns (see section above) and adds information about the answers that were given in the following format (for every question):
- the full question is shown as the column header. The numerical value in each row is how the subject was scored on that question
- feedback column: any additional (textual) feedback. Can be used to nuance the numerical score.
Note: this report only includes data of 1 push. Select the push you want in the filters. The default option is the latest push.
All completed snapshots with scores per theme
This reports calculates the scores of the answers based on the snapshot question themes.
- Template name
- Push name: name of the snapshot push
- User name: full name of the subject of the snapshot
- User email
- Conductor email: email of the user filling in the snapshot
- Conductor name: full name of the user filling in the snapshot
- Conductor Type: 'type' of snapshot assessment. Can be 'team_leader', 'coach', 'peer' or 'self'
- Completed at: date when the snapshot was filled in
The other columns show the names of the snapshot themes that are linked to the questions (if any).
The values of these columns are the normalised average score of the questions with that theme.
Examples of snapshot themes:
- Flight risk
Because questions with the same theme can have a different range of acceptable answers, the answers are first normalised to the same range before the average is calculated.
Example: in one question the acceptable range of the answer could be between 1-10 and in another question it could be 1-5 or 3-7 or...