We recently added the Measure Value Filter and the Last Value Count Aggregation features to Watershed. Keep reading to learn more about how these features change the user experience.
Measure Value Filter
The Measure Value Filter allows you to filter people out of a report based on the value of a measure. For example, you can exclude the highest and/or lowest performers on a course in order to remove outliers, or you could include only people who have performed well on training in a performance report. The Bar Report shown below compares performance between people who performed well on training versus those who haven’t.
Last Value Count Aggregation
You can now report on your learners’ most recent status using the Last Value Count Aggregation. All data stored in Watershed for reports takes the form of xAPI interaction statements. These record a "who-what-when" of learner interactions, enabling you to explore the interactions the learner took over time. Watershed’s new Last Value Count Aggregation allows you to get the current and most up-to-date status for the learner for a given metric.
Last Aggregation used to track statuses across groups.
In the above example shows a breakdown of learner statuses across different sales groups for a particular sales training. It allows you to easily see how different groups are progressing with courses.
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