Data Quality Report

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In this article, you're going to learn everything about the report generated through the Data Quality App.

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Introduction

The Data Quality Report is very useful to analyse your devices consumption according to the quality of their data, calculated taking into account the amount of data received compared to the amount of data expected (so calculating the effect of the "lack of data").

The device status is considered ok when there's more than 90% of the expected data.

Learn more about the Data Quality App.

Available frequencies

  • On Demand
  • Monthly
  • Weekly

Available data sources

  • Electricity
  • Gas
  • Water
  • Gasoil
  • Exported energy
  • Thermal (heating)
  • Thermal (cooling)
  • Compressed air volume
  • Temperature
  • Indoor temp
  • Outdoor temp
  • Solar radiation
  • Humidity
  • Liquefied natural gas (LNG)
  • Biomass

Requirements

  • Devices with data.
  • Install the Data Quality app on your account.  

Configuration

  • By device

In order to configure the report, go to Reports --> New report --> Data Quality. Choose the energy source, the devices, the users with access, and the frequency of generation of the report. 

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Report sections

The report available on the Platform related to the Data Quality app has the following sections. 

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Summary

This tab shows a summary of the amount of available data in %, amount of missing data, the data frequency and real and forecasted consumption.

  • Amount of data (%): Regarding the amount of missing data, a percentage of the amount of data is calculated. In green, when there's > 90% of data. Otherwise, in red.
  • Forecasted consumption: It's calculated taking into account the real consumption and the % of the amount of data.

Overview

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Daily Analysis

This tab shows the amount of missing data by day during the period that comprises the report.

Overview

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Monthly Analysis

This tab shows the amount of missing data by month during the period that comprises the report.

Overview

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