This article describes the Activate Cycle Times Dashboard. We've included the following sections:
The Cycle Times dashboard includes six key cycle metrics with configurable cycle start and end points. Users can save their own custom views with the cycles that provide the most value to them.
Each whisker-plot cycle has a corresponding "Cycle Detail" page with additional analysis such as difference from the mean, performance over time, distribution and the ability to export a crosstab with site details.
Dashboards and sheets
Key Cycle Times
This dashboard shows cycle times displayed in a box-and-whisker plot to show median and distribution of cycle times.
Clicking the arrow will send you to the specified cycle times detail dashboard. The "Slice Data By" filter on the right enables you to analyze via box-and-whisker-plot by different attributes (Study, Country, therapeutic area, etc.).
Additional filtering options on the right limit what data is being compared (e.g., slice data by study but filter to only compare studies in a particular therapeutic area).
This dashboard shows:
- Cycle delta from mean: plots cycles by data slice in relation to the mean cycle time.
- Cycle performance over time: compare current vs previous week, month, quarter or year
- Cycle standard distribution: analyze how data is distributed
- Cycle time detail: crosstab with details including site information, if applicable
- Crosstab export: export all data in CSV format
The "Slice Data By’ filter to the right enables you to analyze via box-and-whisker-plot by different attributes (study, country, therapeutic area, etc.). Additional filtering options to the right limit what data is being compared (e.g., slice data by study but filter to only compare studies in a particular therapeutic area).
This view also allows you to export data in csv (comma separated value) format.
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