The report section has the most options available but I believe not that hard to master. The idea was to make it easy to, with the fewest number of clicks, get meaningful reports from your data. The first thing to do is choose your data range. On the right of the screen the Filter Start Date is set to the oldest inspection date in your data and the End Date is set to the most recent inspection date. You can type in your dates (Month/Day/Year). If your data spans more than one year you can use the “Quick Year” feature and choose the year you want the report for from the list. It will automatically set the filter. Next choose the report style – there are 3d and 2d bar charts, a 2d Area chart and 2d and 3d pie charts available. Finally – on the left choose the report you want – for example if you wanted to plot the pest counts for a particular building choose the building from the “Single Building Count” and the report will be displayed. Here are the reports available:

  • Pest count(s) by
  • Location
  • Area
  • Trap id
  • Trap Type
  • Pest name (common)
  • Building
  • Single Trap id
  • Single Room
  • Single Building
  • Single Floor
  • Room
  • Floor
  • Single pest type
  • Ecosystem Type
In addition – each report can be exported any of these formats:

  • JPG
  • PNG
  • PDF
  • SVG

Click on the Export symbol in the top right corner of each report.

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