With this release we have added a new Insight! The Sketch Summary Insight does exactly what the title suggests in that it gives a graphical overview of the Sketch (or sub-selections of nodes) The cards in this Insight include: Sketch Summary Sketch Inputs and Outputs Cost / Value Analysis Value LINQSet Summary A Node Selection Summary […]
As we model more and more complex environments the requirement to capture additional details about the individual LINQ nodes has become more valuable. To answer our customers needs we have moved beyond the ability to create basic text and numerical properties and added logic checking for some of the new fields to ensure data input […]
Over 2,000 years ago the great Roman playwright Plautus said “You must spend money to make money” Is this true? Is the only way to make it in this world to have money to start with? Of course it’s not always the case but what you do need are strategies, people and tools that […]
In this major release we bring a new Insight to your LINQ data that gives you a view into your environment taking the systems you use as the focus point. We have four new cards to give you various views of your system world. The first of these is the Executive Summary This card gives […]
In the last card we focus on the individual systems and what impact they have on our environment. Not only do we see a summary of the system’s place in the world but also detail on how much they are used, the cost of the system but also the percentage of the information in our […]
In the second card of your System Summary Insight we delve a little deeper into the mix of manual and automated actions that you are undertaking to help you identify areas of waste and possible delay. The first section gives you a simple overview while the following section uses a stacked bar chart to visualise […]
In the third card we show a view of the system data that is related to the information assets supplied or created each the systems. These can be sorted by either description or value, can be shown in tabular format and again, can be exported for further analysis.
With the new Context view we give you the ability to take the visualisation two levels upstream and downstream to give you a better idea of how your selected node fits within the Information Flow.
Rather than navigating to the node in the canvas or moving to the Properties panel to edit, you can now edit the description by double clicking on the node description in the find panel.
You can now search for Output nodes directly by using the keyword ‘output’ in the search bar. This extends the existing search feature which can find nodes by any property – description, type, costs and many others.The new multi-select in the Find panel is a powerful insight when combined with the new multi-select in the Navigator […]