Customer Dashboards

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Customer Dashboards allow users to see an overview of their annotation projects. From this view, raw statistical data will be presented to users to help them determine their project status and overall progress. This data can be filtered by a combination of both required and optional variables. While most customers' dashboards will consist substantially of the same data types, each customer's dashboard is customized to meet their individual needs. Managed service customers will be presented with data from the competed workflows on their account while control users will be presented with a live view of data from completed and work-in-progress workflows alike. Should this configuration not be satisfactory to you, or if you required additional customization of your dashboards please reach out to your Alegion account manager for more information. Additional fees may be incurred depending on the extent of the customization.



There are three filter types that allow you to refine your dashboard's results to meet your needs. For more information on each of the filter types, read the dedicated filter descriptions below. Once you have selected your desired filter options, click the "Apply" button to have your selections recorded and reflected in the result data on the dashboards.




This filter allows you to select which projects or workflows you want to be used for calculating the statistics presented in the dashboard. You can either select individual workflows by populating the applicable checkboxes or select the topmost checkbox labeled "Select Displayed" to use all of the workflows on the account. The filter even features a search bar to make locating specific workflows easier.

Date Range

This filter allows you to select the range of dates from which you would like to include the applicable data. We are currently using global date range settings which may be changed in the future to enhance the performance of the dashboards. You can either set a custom date range by selecting the "Custom Range" radial button and entering the desired start and end dates into the two text boxes that appear, or you may select the radial button for one of the following options:

  • Current Week
  • Last Week
  • Current Month
  • All Dates
  • 365 Days
  • 180 Days
  • 90 Days
  • 60 Days
  • 30 Days
  • 14 Days
  • 7 Days
  • 3 Days
  • 1 Day


This filter is a dynamic form of pagination that allows you to select the amount of annotation data shown per page. The current limit is 5000 rows of data per page. Additionally, the maximum page limit is currently set to 15 pages. Any data beyond this point will be ignored as the dashboard focuses on presenting you with the most recent and accurate data.

Data Overview

Once your filters have been selected, you will first be presented with a top-level overview of the applicable data. At this time some or all of the following four items will be featured in your overview; Total Annotations, Completed Records, Exceptions, and Completion Time.


Total Annotations

Data Type: Numerical Count

This variable shows the total number of annotations according to the selected filter values.

Completed Records

Data Type: Numerical Count

This variable shows the total number of completed records according to the selected filter values.


Data Type: Numerical Count

This variable shows the total number of exceptional records according to the selected filter values.

Completion Time

Data Type: Time (Hours)

This variable represents the total time required to complete the annotations, measured in hours, according to the selected filter values.

Dashboard Types

There are currently three dashboard types that may be enabled depending on your use case; Annotations By Shape Type, Annotations By Entity Type, and Annotations By Input Record. Each of these dashboards presents slightly different datasets providing a variety of ways to interpret the filtered data.

Annotations By Shape Type

This dashboard focuses on breaking apart each workflow's data by shape type so that the number of different shape types can be compared within a workflow as well as allowing the primary shape type to be easily compared across workflows. This view uses generic variables so that it is easier to compare data across workflows.


Annotations By Entity Type

This dashboard focuses on breaking apart each workflow's data by entity type so that the custom entities created for each workflow can be compared. This allows unique custom entities to be compared with one another or consistent custom entities to be compared across workflows.


Annotations By Input Record

This dashboard focuses on breaking apart each workflow's data by input record so that the data can be separated by the records or assets present within each workflow. This allows for the individual records to be compared so that any variance in data type can be narrowed down to a specific asset. The record IDs and result IDs can be used to cross-reference with the records and results from within the project's overview in control.


Potential Variables

Several different types of data may be presented to you via your dashboards. As stated previously, each account will have a different set of data types depending on the specific needs and circumstances surrounding your arrangement with Alegion. The following section includes some of these potential variables.

All Dashboards

  • Workflow Name
  • Entities
  • Total Annotations
  • Annotations Added
  • Annotations Changed
  • Annotations Unchanged
  • Annotations Deleted
  • Uncategorized Annotations
  • Localizations
  • Classifications
  • Relationships
  • NLP Phrases

Annotations By Shape Type

  • Shape Type

Annotations By Entity Type

  • Entity Type Name

Annotations By Input Record

  • Input Record ID
  • Result ID


Empty Dashboard

If your dashboard is empty please verify that you have selected some or all of the workflows in the filter settings and have applied the filters correctly. If you are a new customer, the dashboards will not be populated until one or more workflows have been completed as there is not yet enough quality data to be used in the construction of the dashboards. If for some reason your dashboard is still empty, there is likely an issue with your account's dashboard configuration. Please reach out to your Alegion account manager for help.

Missing Workflow

Each workflow has to be manually imported into your account's dashboard by Alegion. If a specific workflow is missing from your dashboard please reach out to your Alegion account manager for help.

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