A customized charting feature that sets the three-dimensional view to be on or off.
A specialized reporting feature that allows a title to be added to a report, chart, or document that is Section 508 compliant. This option is only available for reports and charts when the output type is HTML or PDF.
A specialized reporting feature in which expandable views of data are created for each vertical sort field. This option displays data values only for the first vertical sort field when the user first views the output. The view can be expanded manually to expose the data values of lower-level sort fields.
Report output that is expandable for each vertical sort field.
A chart that uses the full capabilities of Active Technologies.
A dashboard that uses the full capabilities of Active Technologies.
Controls from Active Technologies that act as filters on the reports of the document, such as text box, image, drop down, list, check box, radio button, and text field.
A dialog box of options to add active form controls to reports in a document.
An output format available for reports, charts, documents, and dashboards.
An output format available for reports, charts, documents, and dashboards. Requires Adobe® Reader® 9.0 or later.
A report that uses the full capabilities of Active Technologies.
A customized charting feature. Opens the active report options dialog box where you can configure your active report options, such as menu items, graph engine, and colors. This option is only available when the output type is set to active report, active Flash, or active PDF.
A report custom feature in which the user can display numeric measure data using a variety of aggregation options other than the default of Sum.
A value assigned to a numeric measure field in a report.
A customized charting feature that allows the user to add an annotation and position it on a chart.
Explanatory note or comment.
A button on the InfoAssist Application window that provides access to the application menu of procedure-related commands.
A reference line drawn on a chart.
Labels generated automatically based upon the scale of the axis. They appear along the axis.
Descriptive text that provides meaningful information about the data measured by an axis.
The area that appears behind the frame of a chart.
An output view option in which multiple output windows are cascaded diagonally across the Results panel.
Controls that have a parent-child relationship, in which the parent filters the available options of the child. An active form control can be the parent of more than one other control, but cannot be a child of more than one control.
The amount of space inserted between rows and columns in a report.
Basic design elements of a chart. Color bands come in a pair, with each band uniquely colored. They appear in a continually repeating pattern behind a series on a chart. The contrast of colors is designed to make a chart easier to read.
The mode that controls how color is applied to a series (measure field) on a chart. The possible settings are By Series (default) and By Group.
A report custom feature in which data visualization bars are added to numeric data.
Descriptive names that identify specific data points within a series.
A tab on the ribbon that contains data manipulation and data display options in the Calculation, Join, Filter, Display, and Data Source groups.
An option to display dimension filters at the top of a report.
A theme selected by the user to distinctly style reports and charts.
Area of the InfoAssist Options window that contains settings to select an application theme for the user interface or a document theme to apply styling to reports and charts.
A line that connects the data label to a chart.
A tab on the ribbon that appears when the user selects a data source field in the Query Design pane of Layout canvas. The options available in the Field tab are specific to the data type that is selected. The options available for numeric fields are different from the options available for non-numeric and date fields. The Field tab provides access to the Filter, Sort, Break, Style, Format, Display, and Links groups.
A dialog box of options to format horizontal and vertical gridlines, color bands, and frames on a chart.
A dialog box of options for formatting for both vertical and horizontal axes.
A dialog box of options for formatting a gauge chart. Such options include setting and styling a title for the gauge chart, setting tick marks, and color bands, as well as advanced settings, such as setting the gauge start and stop angle.
A dialog box that contains options for editing data labels.
A dialog box that contains options to format the fill and border of each series on a chart.
A tab on the ribbon that contains different options for selecting output formats and other reporting features, depending on whether you are creating a report. For reports, the Format tab provides access to the Output Types, Destination, Navigation, and Feature groups.
The area of a chart that contains all of the basic chart elements, such as the plot points, gridlines, legend, and chart title. The frame appears as a rectangle.
A customized charting feature. Through the Frame & Background dialog box, the user can set frame and background options specific to the chart type selected.
A custom report output format that allows the user to view output with column titles that freeze (remain in view) when the user scrolls through pages of the report output.
A customized charting feature. Through the Gauge dialog box the user can set options specific to a gauge chart.
A customized charting feature that allows the user to set options for horizontal and vertical gridlines.
Lines that run horizontally and vertically to enhance the readability of a chart. Gridlines can be major or minor.
A tab on the ribbon that contains the most commonly-used commands and options from the Format, Design, Filter, and Report groups.
An application built from an InfoAssist report that contains a subset of InfoAssist functionality at run time.
A tab on the ribbon that contains options to add reports, charts, existing reports, text, images, and active form control (for active report, active PDF, and active Flash outputs only) to a canvas in Document view.
A theme selected by the user to style all menus and dialog boxes.
A component of the InfoAssist application window. The Layout canvas displays a preview of the report being created or modified in the Results panel when the user is in Live Preview (default). The Layout canvas is always fully maximized (within the Results panel) and cannot be minimized, cascaded, or tiled. A blank canvas opens when there is no report.
A tab on the ribbon that provides access to page display and layout options from the Page setup, Size & Arrange, and Report groups.
A chart element that displays each series that appears on a chart.
The Lightweight Mapping functionality offers the ability to view data that is bound to a geo-location. Using a powerful HTML5 map viewer, you can view data using a variety of popular formats, such as bubble markers and heat filled polygons (also known as choropleths). The HTML5 map viewer contains zoom, pan, and scale controls. You can use this functionality to visualize patterns, trends, and relationships related to the location information in data.
A report custom feature in which the number of unique variables in a column is limited.
Visual elements found on line charts that represent data points on a chart.
A component of the InfoAssist Application window that displays groups and icons that provides different views and quick access to all active reports and report access.
A custom report Pages on Demand feature in which a new page is started in the output when the primary sort field changes.
A custom report output format that allows the user to view output, one page at a time, and to use a menu bar at the bottom of the report output, from which the user can view a specific page.
A self-service version of InfoAssist.
A report custom feature in which pop-up titles are added to a report and appear when the mouse pointer hovers over a column title.
Horizontal and vertical lines that cross to divide a chart into four sections.
A component of the InfoAssist application window that contains the Filter and Query (field container) area. It appears below the Data pane, except when the user selects Query design view, which expands the size of the pane and displays it in the Results panel.
A toolbar on the InfoAssist Application window that displays frequently used commands, such as New, Open, save, Undo, Redo, View code, Run, and Preview.
A report custom feature in which a ranking column is inserted for By and Measure fields in a report.
A report custom feature in which the result of a Compute command is recalculated.
A customized charting feature that allows the user to add a reference line to the Y-axis and a reference line to the X-axis.
A line designed to draw attention to specific data locations on a chart. A maximum of three horizontal (X axis) and three vertical (Y axis) reference lines can be added to a chart.
A report custom feature in which all repeated sort values appear instead of blanks after the first instance of a new sort value appears in the report.
A component of the InfoAssist Application window that displays the fields from the selected data source in the Data pane. Also displays the Query design pane below the Data pane, except in Query Design view.
A component of the InfoAssist Application window that displays the Query Design pane, Layout canvas, or Output window.
A component of the InfoAssist Application window that displays commands needed to create reports, charts, documents, and dashboards.
Descriptive name for a concentric ring found on a ring chart.
A customized charting feature that allows the user to toggle between a vertical or horizontal display of a chart.
A report custom feature in which a grand total column is inserted to the right side of the report to sum numeric data in each row.
A group of data points that are plotted on a chart
A tab on the ribbon that only appears when the user is working with charts. It provides access to chart options through the Select, Properties, Line, Pie, and Display groups.
Dynamic filters that you can use with reports, charts, documents, and dashboards.
A tab on the ribbon that provides the ability to create and edit slicers.
Of data labels on a pie chart. If a pie chart has so many slices that a data label could become illegible, InfoAssist moves the data label outside of the pie, but connects it to the slice with a feeler line.
An option to stack all measure fields on a report.
A screen of available Getting Started and Help options that opens when a user clicks New on the InfoAssist application main menu.
A component of the InfoAssist Application window that contains an output button that the user clicks to see the selected format and an output target button that the user clicks to view the selected option for displaying new output windows or tabs.
A report custom feature, in which a subfooting is added at the end of the data on each page of the report output when the primary sort field changes.
A report custom feature in which a subheading added just below the column titles in the report output when the primary sort field changes.
A report custom feature in which a subtotal is inserted in the output for all numeric fields when the primary sort field changes.
An output view option in which a drop-down menu opens, where the user can select any active report to view the output.
A custom report output format that allows the user to view output for individual values of the first sort (By) field, one value at a time.
An output view option in which multiple output windows are tiled horizontally, one above another, across the Results panel.
An output view option in which multiple output windows are tiled vertically, side by side, across the Results panel.
A specialized reporting feature in which a pop-up title appears when the mouse pointer hovers over a column title in the report output.
Color styling applied to data for a selected measure field. By default a report displays the values that satisfy the first condition in green, and the values that satisfy the second condition in red.
A line drawn between any two points on a data series that shows the direction that the values of the data series are going in.
Area of the InfoAssist Options window that provides settings for establishing the design view in which the user will work, the type of data that the user will use when previewing output, the limit that needs to be set on record input, how data and query panels will look, and the output target that will be used.
A tab on the ribbon that provides access to report design viewing options in the Design, Show/Hide, Data Panel, Query Panel, Output Window, and Reports groups.
Functionality that allows you to use specific aggregation tasks at different report levels. You can use the Within phrase to manipulate display field values as they are aggregated within a sort group rather than a report column.