Filtering Data in GuideK12

Whether you’re using Explorer, Planner, or Adviser you have the capability to filter or select data stream records.  There are two types of filtering that can be done in GuideK12; […]

Visualizing Students and Using Layers

The Overlay section controls the layers, labels and various content on the map. Understanding the power of layers is important to unleash the power of GuideK12. Managing the visualization of […]

Using the Spatial Filter in Adviser

In the Optional Filter section is a button called spatial.  The spatial filter allows the user to move from a chart or graph of any sort into a map showing […]

Creating a Thematic Map

A thematic map shows areas of concentration – high or low.  The darker the color the higher the concentration of any selected characteristic by geography.  The first step is to […]

Options for creating a pie chart

Select the data to analyze in the slices area, selecting characteristics from the drop down.    The vintage area provides the option to select what year, month or scenario the […]

Exporting Graphs for a Presentation

On the upper left hand corner of the screen is an Analysis section.  The bottom row has three buttons. The middle button is an Export Key that will provide the […]

Working with Optional Filters

After you have selected the Series and/or Group data to analyze, further refinement can happen with optional filters.  Select the pencil icon to reveal a drop down of options.  Select […]

Grouping Data

To further define your analysis for a bar or line chart, group data by any number of characteristics.  Once you have selected your Series Data, then select Group and select […]

Analyzing Multiple Years – Longitudinal Data

Select Vintage in the “Series” menu.  Next, choose the vintage desired – school years, monthly or scenarios.  Any scenarios you have created in Planner will appear in this listing, allowing […]

Selecting the Series Data

If using a bar chart or line chart, the first step is to determine what data you want to analyze.  Select the primary data set to analyze in the series […]