FRAGTrack - Understanding the FRAGTrack Dashboard
The FRAGTrack Dashboard is the default view displayed after logging into a particular Site. It can also be accessed at any time by selecting the Home icon left of the screen.
The Dashboard displays all Installations for the current Site (max 4) and is made up of various components which are explained in more detail below:
- Installations Overview Panel
- Installation Summary View
- Installation Map
- Full-Screen Toggle
- Refresh Widget
- Grid View / Regular View
Installations Overview Panel
This component displays the total number of installations at the site and the frequency of activity across all installations (1 hour, 4 hours, 24 hours).
If the Site has been active within the past 1 hour (Samples have been collected in this timeframe), the #Samples column will be displayed with a Green tick and the number of samples tallied up
If the Site has been active within the past 4 hours (Samples have been collected in this timeframe), the #Samples column will be displayed with an Orange tick and the number of samples tallied up
If the Site has been active within the past 24 hours (Samples have been collected in this timeframe), the #Samples column will be displayed with a Red tick and the number of samples tallied up
If a heartbeat has been received from the FRAGTrack™ device in the past 5 minutes a Green tick will be displayed in the Device Status column
If a heartbeat has been received from the FRAGTrack™ device in the past 5 minutes a Red cross will be displayed in the Device Status column
The Installation Status column refers to whether FRAGTrack™ has received a ping stating the installation is in maintenance.
A grey question mark means no maintenance data has been received
A green tick means maintenance data has been received and the installation is in maintenance
A red cross means maintenance data has been received and the installation is no longer in maintenance
Installation Summary View
The installation Summary View shows the total number of samples recorded for each Installation in the last 1 hour and last 24 hours.
The n value at the bottom of each column is the count of the samples.
In this example, there are 20 samples to calculate the Ave(1hr) and 344 samples used to calculate the Ave(24hr). The P20, P50, P80 referring to Percentage Passing based on particle size. Ie if the p80 is 40cm, this means that 80% of the rock fragmentation is a particle size of ≤40cm.
The box chart represents the min/max/mean/median/q1/q3 for the available sample data (1hr and 24hr).
From each Installation Panel it is possible to ‘View Data’ which navigates directly to the Insights view which displays data for all installations by Default.
The Installation Map plots your current Sites onto a Map View.
Like all Google Maps, this panel’s display options can be toggled using the native controls top left to display Map or Satellite (and/or terrain or labels). The map zoom level can be controlled using the +/- options bottom right.
Toggling eye icon (right of screen) also hides/displays Tooltips for each Installation.
Full Screen Toggle
From the top right of the map panel (above) it is also possible to select Full-Screen mode.
Full-Screen mode can be used for dedicated displays where it is useful to have the latest Installation data available at a glance (e.g. on TVs on the worksite or around the office).
Note that the data from all Installations will continue to be updated every 5 minutes even when using the Full-Screen mode.
By default, FRAGTrack will fetch the most recent data for all Installations every 5 minutes (it is possible to mouse over the component and a tooltip will display the next automatic refresh interval).
It is also possible to refresh the data manually by clicking on the refresh icon (the blue icon pictured above).
Grid View / Regular View
The Dashboard has 2 available view modes: Grid View (the default) and Regular View. This can be toggled using the dropdown menu top right of the screen.
After selecting Regular View the Dashboard will rearrange to display each Installation and a Run Chart with samples for all devices within the time range and location.
Note that from this view it is still possible to enter into Full-Screen Mode. It is not possible to navigate to sample details (refer to Viewing and using FRAGTrack Run Charts).
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