December 2019 Data Snapshot
In the December 2019 data snapshot, you will find information on:
- Custom Colors and Palettes
- Improved Filter Autocomplete Dropdown
- Tell Your Story
- Data Assets
- Portal Accounts
- State Data Plan
News, Updates & Tips
Custom Colors and Palettes
We now have the ability to configure custom colors and palettes to be used by end-users in the State Data Portal for creating visualizations. If you are interested in creating a custom color palette, please send me the hex codes for the colors. A hex code is a six-digit number or letter combination that is used to represent a specific color preceded by a #. Codes should be listed in the order in which you would like them to appear. Once created the color palette will be available for use in creating charts and maps on the State Data Portal.
Improved Filter Autocomplete Dropdown
The filter autocomplete dropdown when applying a filter to a visualization in the Visualization Canvas is no longer limited in the number of values it shows. It will now show all available values, instead of the top 20. When applying the filter, you can also choose to sort autocomplete values alphabetically as well as by frequency.
Tell Your Story
A new dashboard was published by Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services. It highlights the services they provide to help individuals with disabilities achieve independence through successful employment and economic support.
The table below reports the number of public data assets published on the state data portal by asset type for the portal as a whole.
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Total User Accounts: 134
Active Users: 23 (17.2% of total)
Note: Active Users have logged in the data portal at least once in the past month.
The State Data Plan identifies actions Executive Branch State Agencies (non-elected) intend to implement.
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