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Dashboard

When you log into our Client Portal, you will see your Home screen (also known as your ‘Project Dashboard’), as shown below. From here, you can access the OnDemand/AweSim portals. Project usage for the last 30 days will be summarized in a few graphing formats. In addition, a table ‘Project Summaries’ will summarize the information shown above, with links for multiple projects and ‘Usage Details’.

OnDemand dashboard

Click on this button to take you to the login screen for our OnDemand portal. For more information on OSC OnDemand portal, see this page: https://www.osc.edu/resources/online_portals/ondemand

AweSim dashboard

Click on this button to take you to the login screen for our AweSim portal. For more information on AweSim, see this page: www.awesim.org

My reporting

Usage data is shown for the last 30 days; you can change the end date by editing the field directly and hitting enter on your keyboard or selecting the calendar option.

There is a table ‘Project Summaries’ at the bottom of the page summarizing all of the projects to which you have access. The table shows the Project ID, Status, Title, Principle Investigator, Usage in RUs, Project Balance in RUs, Available Project Storage in TBs, and a link ‘Usage Details’ for more details. When you click ‘Usage Details’, you are presented a report page for that project. You will see similar graphs from the main dashboard: RUs Consumed, Resources Used, Usage per System per Day. You will also see ‘Project Storage by Date’ (if any), and a table named ‘Current Home Directory Utilization’ that shows the home directory usage of all current users under this project. You can hover over graph segments for more specific details, where the date is what you have specified in the main dashboard. Click the ‘x’ button on the upper-right corner of this page to close the report.

Usage by Project graph

Usage information for the last 30 days from the date selected is presented in the upper-left-corner and summed into a pie chart. You can hover over the slices to see the project and amount of consumption; if you click on the slice, you will be presented to a table for RUs Consumed.

The ‘RUs Consumed’ table will be defaulted into the ‘Primary Report’. You can change to the ‘Pivot’ report. By default, you will be searching data from all projects in the pie chart, but this can be changed. The dates ascend, with dates in the left-hand column and usage in the right-hand column. Click the ‘x’ button on the upper-right corner of this page to close the report.

There are more details on how to do advanced reports discussed in ‘Interactive Reporting’ section, but here are some basics about interacting with the report. Clicking on a column header will bring up a quick filter menu where you can filter the records, sort by that column, hide the column, or group by each unique entry. In addition, you can do a quick text search, select which saved report you wish to view (if any), change the number of rows per page, and do advanced actions from changing the visible columns to aggregating data, creating charts, and saving your custom report formats.

Usage by Type and System graph

Usage information by type and system for the last 30 days from the date selected is presented in the upper-middle-corner and summed into a bar graph. You can hover over the bars to see the amount of consumption; if you click on the bar, you will be taken to a table for Resources Used.

By default, you will be searching data from all projects in the bar chart. Default columns are Date, System, Charge Type, and Charges for Period (RU); information is sorted by date, ascending. Click the ‘x’ button on the upper-right corner of this page to close the report.

There are more details on how to do advanced reports discussed in ‘Interactive Reporting’ section, but here are some basics about interacting with the report. Clicking on a column header will bring up a quick filter menu where you can filter the records, sort by that column, hide the column, or group by each unique entry. In addition, you can do a quick text search, select which saved report you wish to view (if any), change the number of rows per page, and do advanced actions from changing the visible columns to aggregating data, creating charts, and saving your custom report formats.

System Usage per Day graph

Usage information per day for the last 30 days from the date selected is presented in the upper-right-corner and summed into a line graph. You can hover over a vertex to see the amount of consumption for a certain date; if you click on vertex, you will be taken to a table for Usage per System per Day.

By default, you will be searching data from all dates in the line graph. Default columns are System and Charges for Period (RU); information is sorted into tables, ascending by date. Click the ‘x’ button on the upper-right corner of this page to close the report.

There are more details on how to do advanced reports discussed in ‘Interactive Reporting’ section, but here are some basics about interacting with the report. Clicking on a column header will bring up a quick filter menu where you can filter the records, sort by that column, hide the column, or group by each unique entry. In addition, you can do a quick text search, select which saved report you wish to view (if any), change the number of rows per page, and do advanced actions from changing the visible columns to aggregating data, creating charts, and saving your custom report formats.

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