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Data visualisations in JUSP

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Data visualisations in JUSP

  1. 1. Data visualisations in JUSP Webinar – Paul Meehan, LauraWong 08/10/2017
  2. 2. What we’ll cover »Background to the visualisations »What’s included in the visualisations »What’s NOT included »Using the visuals – features and functionality »Caveats and “things to be aware of” »Future plans »Feedback and support »Q&A – please submit questions as we go along 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 2
  3. 3. Background and introduction »2016: Jisc’s Library Data Labs project (Jisc/HESA) https://libraryservices.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2016/10/library- data-labs-project/ »Jisc “team” put together visuals inTableau using JUSP data blended with data from other sources e.g. IRUS / journal impact factors - as a proof of concept »Decision to take JUSP visualisations forward early 2017 »Development and engagement with CAG / 3rd parties »Beta release November 2nd 201708/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 3
  4. 4. What’s included in the visualisations »Current visualisations are for journal usage »Currently 19 dashboards and visuals in 3 distinct areas: › Publisher-level – includes trend and comparison data › Summary reports e.g. SCONUL, top publishers › Title-level e.g. top titles, accesses denied/turnaways »Interactivity and export functionality »Features based on recommendations from CAG / testing »Data for 2009-2017 where possible (see caveats later!) 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 4
  5. 5. What’s NOT included »Non-JUSP data (yet!) »Books and database visuals in development »No facility for you to add your own data, as with core service 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 5
  6. 6. Using the visualisations – features & functionality: 1 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 6
  7. 7. Using the visualisations – features & functionality: 2 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 7
  8. 8. Caveats and things to be aware of »Data are not “live” so can be short delay in adding new monthly data or changing data after any restatements »Visuals remain in development and subject to change »Visualisations do not replace core JUSP reports »Export functionality doesn’t include underlying data »Occasional glitches fromTableau server – see support guide 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 8
  9. 9. Future plans »Books, databases and platform visuals (Q1 2018) »Ongoing journal visualisation development: will be driven by YOU! »Blending of other datasets e.g. IRUS, journal metrics »Development of visualisations for supporting Jisc Collections in negotiations with publishers 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 9
  10. 10. Feedback and support We would like to hear what you think about the new data visualisations available in JUSP. Please also report any issues, suggestions for new visuals or other data sources we might include! If you have any questions, comments and suggestions please send us an email to help@jisc.ac.uk. User guide: http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/guides-to-visualisations/ 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 10
  11. 11. Any questions? 08/10/2017 Data visualisations in JUSP 11

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