Types of Analysis
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Written by Gonçalo Fortes
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There are 5 types of analysis that you can perform at the Analytics Dashboard. You can choose between the 5 by pressing on their respective buttons. Here we describe each type following the buttons order:

Temporal analysis – This is the kind of analysis that is selected by default when you add a new graph to a new tab at the Analysis Dashboard. In this graph you can see temporal series. By default, the time length is the last 30 days but you can change that to the time period which you want.

Product Comparison – In this kind of analysis a bar chart is generated in which you can easily compare products with each other whilst considering different factors. The image below shows the productivity of each product.

Comparison of Workers – With this bar chart you can easily compare Workers based on factors that you can choose. In the graph below, for instance, if you wish to compare different factors that constitute OEE (Quality, Availability and Productivity), the best way to do it is by pressing the button of this kind of analysis and the pressing the “OEE” button. You will be able to see a bar graph with 4 areas in which each area represents the OEE, Productivity, Availability and Quality, respectively. Do not worry about their productivity, it is just a fictitious example. ;)

Comparison of Machines - Similarly with the comparison of workers, the comparison of machines provides a bar chart in which you can compare machines based on factors you can choose. The image bellow shows a comparison between machines based on the time they were estimated to work and the actual production time.

OEE Analysis - This type of analysis uses a graph which you might already know from our Dashboard. The indicators are exactly the same. The special feature in here is that you can choose other objects of analysis and analyze OEE and its constituent factors (Productivity, Availability and Quality) of each object. This is extremely useful if you want to know what the OEE of each Worker, Product or Operation is, for instance.

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