InfoAsset Planner is designed to be flexible in the import, organization, analysis, and finally reporting and exporting the results from the analysis. For this final step in the InfoAsset Planner project, there are many methods within InfoAsset Planner to report the final results. The following pages describe ways users may read and extract reporting information from InfoAsset Planner.
Dashboard Exporting - This is the most basic option to export data from the InfoAsset Planner database. InfoAsset Planner provides many reports and graphs within its Dashboard interface. Exporting this information out may be especially useful to users.
Reports - Tabular reports are the most basic export for InfoAsset Planner. Different reports within InfoAsset Planner are slightly different and may contain different options for viewing and/or data manipulation.
Graphs - Graphs are created in a similar way as reports within InfoAsset Planner. Also like reports, graphs are viewed within the Dashboard window. InfoAsset Planner contains many different types of pre-configured graphs.
Customized Reports - Customized reports are advanced reports which commonly are displayed in either HTML or PDF format. In general, HTML reports are best for sharing information computer-to-computer, while advanced reports are best for sharing printable information. Users should review the helpfile and associated user guides before attempting to create their own advanced report templates.
Map Themes - Map themes are an important guide for drawing spatial conclusions or viewing relevant map information quickly. Users can easily generate and save map themes within InfoAsset Planner.
Pipe Profiles - This display option is only available in the Sewer network. Pipe profiles may be used to quickly review data accuracy and precision in regards to elevation data.
It is important to note that all resulting information within InfoAsset Planner can be found simply through ArcMap or ArcCatalog. Because InfoAsset Planner is completely integrated with ArcGIS, any information within the project database which users cannot find using one of the described methods may be found by going through the InfoAsset Planner 'back end'. By opening up the project database and viewing the raw attribute tables, users may use ArcGIS to conduct further data manipulation/export. For information on exporting and reporting via ArcGIS attribute tables, please contact ESRI.