A DeepSea dashboard can be shared with you in one of two ways: with your account inside the platform, or as a link to view it without logging in. To access a dashboard that has been shared with your account, follow these steps:
The dashboard contains a variety of data visualizations, and a few built-in tools to explore, visualize, and organize your data.
At the bottom left of the dashboard, there may be multiple tabs that you can view by clicking on them in the tab bar. Each tab contains different visualizations, filters, and models. Tabs are a way to organize the contents of the dashboard.
There are a few ways that you can interact with a dashboard to get insights without affecting what others see. All of the functionality covered in this section is private to you, and most of it will be cleared out when you leave the page. Your dashboard filters will stay until you remove them, but no one else sees them.
At the top left of the dashboard, there is a filter bar that allows you to explore the data you are viewing across all the visualizations at once. The filter bar allows you to filter each dataset used in the dashboard for some condition on one or more of its columns.
For example, you could filter to view only data for the oil wells you are interested in, and change the ones you are viewing at any time. Or, you could filter your data to only show data from the past 6 months.
Once you have created a filter, you can modify it by clicking on it.
There are a few other interactive components of specific visualizations.
Each table on the dashboard can be filtered by any of its columns by clicking the filter icon next to the column name. It can also be ordered by any of the columns, by clicking on the order up/down button next to the column name.
Most charts can be filtered if they have multiple series in a legend, by clicking on the legend items to turn them on and off.
Some charts also have a zoom bar, which allows you to zoom in and out along the x and/or y axis. This feature is only present if it was turned on by the person who set up the card.
If the dashboard contains data from a DeepSea model, you will see the model bar at the top right of the dashboard.
From this bar, you can change the input values and run the model. Once the model is done running, the data on the dashboard will update automatically.
If you want to see data from previous runs or access more advanced settings for the model, you can click the “...” button on the right side of the model bar to open the model panel.
In the model panel, you can see and change any inputs to the model and then run it.
You can also view the history of past model runs, where you can click the name of the run to view its output data in the dashboard.
There are several menu options for each run, through which you can see what the input values were, who initiated the run, and give it a name and/or description to make it easy to find later.
You can download a CSV file of the data in a chart or table from the menu in the top right corner of the card.
See this tutorial for how to edit dashboards and their cards. If you have permission to edit a dashboard, you'll see an edit icon when hovering over the cards and additional settings icons in the top-right corner.