In addition to the standard organisation-wide dataset (that includes by default all available data sources in Plandek), your company will have a number of datasets possibly across a number of different categories.

In our example below, we have individual teams, and also a 'programme' level where the teams are mapped.

Once in a given dataset, you can see how it is built by navigating to the dataset settings on the left hand side. The Apollo example below shows that it is made up of boards from a ticket workflow system such as Jira or Azure DevOps. Apollo has CI pipelines, such as Jenkins, and a code repository such as GitHub, GitLab. This dataset will combine the information to allow you to generate the metrics that you wish to view across the data.

Understanding your top-level dataset

Within your organisation-wide dataset you can breakdown by any of the defined dataset categories within any of our metrics. This will allow you to dig a little deeper into your top-level numbers and start to see which areas are contributing to various trends you see.

Make a dataset your favourite for easy navigation

Within a given dataset or when viewing all your available datasets, you can favourite a dataset by hovering over the dataset name and clicking the star.

Then when signing in or navigating to dashboards.plandek.com, you will be taken straight to your current 'favourite' dataset.

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