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  1.  Video: DevResults Overview

    Here's a quick overview of our software. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us at info@devresults.com or check out our public site at devresults.com . Your browser does not support HTML5 video. ...
  2. Define an Activity

    DevResults offers several tools for defining activities: Create or edit a single activity Create or edit multiple activities using an Excel upload Edit multiple activities from the activity index Note:  Any user whose grou...
  3. Assign a Geography to an Activity

    In this page: Assign Geographies to Activity Advanced Geography Settings Assign Geographies to Activity DevResults tracks two types of geographies : Locations (specific points on a map with GPS coordinates such as hospitals, schools...
  4. Lookup Key

    Before beginning to link tables to one another, please make sure you have enabled the "Relational Data Tables" feature under Administration > Program Settings To link tables to one another, we've introduced a Lookup Key t...
  5. Define a Dashboard

    When you log in to DevResults, the first page you see is a dashboard. Each user can create and design as many dashboards as they'd like to show information relevant to them. Dashboards are edited by editing, arranging, resizing, adding, and remo...
  6. Define a Location

    DevResults offers several tools for defining locations: Create or edit single location Create or edit multiple locations using an Excel upload Edit multiple locations from the location index Notes: Any user whose group includ...
  7. Custom Queries

    Custom queries are reports designed by users and built by DevResults staff to provide folks with additional ways of organizing program information. While DevResults offers many built-in tools for examining program information, there might be some wa...
  8. Create a Logic Check

    Logic checks allow you to flag indicator results that fail common-sense comparisons to other indicators or other disaggregations. You can design your own logic checks in DevResults based on your indicators and view any data that violates these rules...
  9. Dates in Excel

    Having trouble with dates? Excel stores dates behind the scenes as the number of days since 1 Jan 1900. For example, 31 Dec 2020 is 44196. DevResults is only capable of reading that number or producing that number. It doesn't matter how your d...
  10. Data Submission & Approval Process

    One of the reasons people want to use DevResults is to provide a way to formalize data submission, review, and approval processes--and to guarantee that approved data can be "finalized" and become the data of record moving forward. We pro...