Presentation on theme: "Analysis from the Web September 2003. What’s next for data analysis? Secure Historical Data Analysis from a WEB browser supporting all types of Highway."— Presentation transcript:
Analysis from the Web September 2003
What’s next for data analysis? Secure Historical Data Analysis from a WEB browser supporting all types of Highway Construction users
Why ? Analysis from the Web will be: –Easy to deploy –Focused on the top/key results –Easy to use –Time Saver –Easy to build incrementally –Integrated with appropriate modules –Easy to share results –Basically: way cool
TMR: Line Item Profile Short: Build a production version of the interactive model prototype Long: The BAMS/DSS interactive model prototype uses a browser based interface to provide the basic functionality of the Line Item Profile's model. It includes many features that make bid review and analysis much simpler. In addition, basic item price history graphs/tables are available for the items included in the analysis.
TMR: Item Bid History Short: Display a scatter plot of the items used with the bid history Long: On the CES/Estimator price basis for items and cost groups, would like the option to display a scatter plot and/or table of the prices for an item used in the bid history along with the regression curve. Consider: For change order negotiation
Other Analysis: ??? Short: Provide simple/immediate access to the analysis you need Long: Build interactive analysis and then link the answers/reports desired from the Trnsport historical database into the appropriate modules where the requests would come from Consider: Think Small – Keep It Simple
Your Feedback Needed Comments/Support for the new TMR’s –Line Item Profiles Interactive Prototype –Bid History Review Identify other key analysis candidates for new functions Attend special session –Web Enabling Trnsport 8:00