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Updated on 11/7/2019
Relyence User Guide
Listing of Dashboard Widgets
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The Relyence Dashboard Widgets

The Relyence Dashboards gather and organize your analysis data to provide a holistic overview of your product or system. You can create any number of Dashboards and customize them to your needs. 

For complete details on Relyence Dashboard capabilities, please refer to the  Getting Started with the Relyence Dashboard topic for an introductory overview, the Customizing the Relyence Dashboard topic for information on creating and customizing Dashboards to suit your needs, and the Managing Dashboards topic for details on setting properties, deleting, and duplicating Dashboards.

Relyence Dashboards are created by adding widgets from the Relyence Dashboard Editor. The Dashboard widgets includes a variety of charts, tables, and graphs aggregating data into a high-level visual format. The following applies to all Dashboard widgets:

  • Widgets can be expanded to full-screen size of viewing. Click the Maximize/Minimize icon in the upper right corner of the widget to expand and collapse a widget.
  • Drilldown is supported in many widgets. For example, clicking on a row in a table-based widget will open the underlying Analysis and take you to the selected data. 
  • Data in table-based widgets can be exported to an Excel-based report. Click the Export Report icon in the upper left corner of a widget to create an Excel report.
  • For performance reasons, table-based widgets are limited to 50 rows of data. To view all the data, utilize the Excel Report feature.

Each widget has a unique set of Properties to allow you to customize it to suit your needs. The listing below describes the available widgets and their associated property settings.

All widgets except for those in the General group have these Properties:

  • Analyses: You can choose which Analyses you want the widget to use for data gathering. The dropdown list displays a listing of Analyses that pertain to the widget (i.e. FMEA Analyses for FMEA widgets). You can choose one Analysis or multiple Analyses.
  • Use sample data: When selected, the widget will show a randomly generated set of data. 
  • Use My Titles: When selected, the Title and Subtitle fields appear for you to enter your own titles for the widget when displayed. If not set, Relyence uses default titles and subtitles.

All widgets that are available for Relyence Products that use an Analysis Tree (all except for Relyence Fault Tree and Relyence RBD) include the following Property:

  • Include only <data from> selected Subsystem: If you want to include only a specific subsystem, or branch of a subsystem, in the widget, select the Include only selected Subsystem checkbox. You must have only a single Analysis selected in the Analyses list to be able to select a Subsystem or Subsystem branch. When selected, choose the Subsystem from the Analysis Tree list you want to include. To include the Subsystem and its branch, select the Include children checkbox.

Additional Properties that appear for specific widgets are noted below.

General Widgets

  • Analysis Status: A list of all Analyses that you have access to view or edit. The listing includes the Analysis Name and Description, the Owners, the Status, the date last modified and the team member who made the last modification. Click on a row to open the Analysis.
  • Analysis Status Breakdown: A pie chart showing the number of Analyses in each Analysis Status state. Click on a pie chart slice to drilldown and see the list of Analyses in the particular Status state. You can then click on an Analysis in the drilldown list to open it.
  • Recent Analyses: A list of your most recently used Analyses. Click on the Analysis to re-open.
  • Sign In Log: A listing of all Sign Ins to Relyence. The listing includes the team member Name, Email, and the Sign In date. (Note: This widget is only available if you have the Sign In Logging option licensed.)
    • Properties:
      • Include only unique Sign Ins: Select to include a listing of team members who have signed in. If someone signs in more than once, they will only appear in the list once. If you want to track every Sign In, clear this checkbox.
      • Number of months to include: Select from 1 - 12 months.
  • Sign Ins Per Month: A graph showing the number of Sign Ins per month up to the previous 12 months. (Note: This widget is only available if you have the Sign In Logging option licensed.)
    • Properties:
      • Include only unique Sign Ins: Select to include a listing of team members who have signed in. If someone signs in more than once, they will only appear in the list once. If you want to track every Sign In, clear this checkbox.
      • Number of months to include: Select from 1 - 12 months.

DFMEA Widgets 

  • AP Breakdown for DFMEA: A graph of the breakdown of FMEA items in the various AP (Action Priority) levels.
  • DFMEA Risk Matrix: A graphical risk matrix, either in 2D or 3D. Completely customizable in Properties. 
    • Properties:
      • X-Axis: Select from Severity, Occurrence, Detection, Revised Severity, Revised Occurrence, Revised Detection to use as x-axis values.
      • Y-Axis: Select from Severity, Occurrence, Detection, Revised Severity, Revised Occurrence, Revised Detection to use as y-axis values.
      • Risk Matrix: Define the Risk Levels and associated Colors. Select the Paint checkbox for the appropriate Risk Level and click on the cells in the grid to set your risk profile coloring as desired.
      • Show 3D Matrix: Select to display a 3D chart, otherwise a 2D chart is shown.
  • Overdue Recommended Actions for DFMEA: A listing of Recommended Actions that are past their due dates.
  • Overdue Test Plans: A listing of test plans that are past due based on their Due Dates in the DVP&R Worksheet(s).
  • RPN Breakdown for DFMEA: A pie chart of RPN values broken down by RPN Ranges set in Properties for the Analysis.
    • Properties:
      • Only include Causes from a selected Subsystem: To include data only from a specific subsystem, select the Analysis in the Analyses list, select the Only include Causes from selected Subsystem checkbox, and then select the subsystem in the Analysis tree selection box. To include the selected subsystem and all children, select the Include children checkbox; otherwise clear it.
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised RPN Values; otherwise clear it.
  • RPN Over Threshold for DFMEA: A listing of items with an RPN value over a specified threshold value.
    • Properties:
      • Threshold: Select from either RPN, Revised RPN, or Current RPN. If Current RPN is selected, Revised RPN will be used if available, otherwise RPN will be used. Enter the threshold value after the is greater than or equal to label.
      • Filter on Effective Date: To filter based on a date, select Filter on Effective Date and enter the date in the Ignore items with Effective Dates prior to field; otherwise clear it to include all items regardless of date.
  • Recommended Actions Complete for DFMEA: A gauge indicating the percentage of Recommended Actions that are complete. A Recommended Action is considered complete if the Actions Taken is not blank. 
  • Recommended Actions Status for DFMEA: A pie chart of the status of Recommended Actions broken down by Completed Incomplete, or Overdue.
    • Properties:
      • Filter on Effective Date: To filter based on a date, select Filter on Effective Date and enter the date in the Ignore items with Effective Dates prior to field; otherwise clear it to include all items regardless of date.
      • Action Complete Field: Select the field to use for indicating whether an Action is considered complete: Action Taken, the Closed checkbox, or the Effective Date. If Action Taken or Effective Date is selected and data is entered in the field, the Action is considered complete.
  • Requirements with No Test Plans: A listing of Requirements from the DVP&R Worksheet(s) that have no associated test plans.
  • Severity, Occurrence, Detection, or RPN Filter for DFMEA: A filtered list of FMEA items based on the filter selections you set in Properties. You can select to filter based on Severity, Occurrence, Detection, or RPN and also set the value to use for filtering.
    • Properties: 
      • Filter: Choose from Severity, Detection, Occurrence, or RPN to use to filter FMEA data.
      • Is greater than or equal to: Set the value of the data being filtered on above which you want to see.
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised value of the filtered item.
  • Tagged DFMEA Causes: A listing of the FMEA records that are designated as Tagged in your DFMEA Worksheet.
  • Tagged DVP&R Test Plans: A listing of DVP&R Test Plans that are designated as Tagged in your DVP&R Worksheet.
  • Test Plan Status: A pie chart showing the breakdown of your test plans that have passed and failed. You can drilldown on each pie chart section to get a listing of the associated Test Plans. You can drill down a second time on any Test Plan in this list to be automatically taken to the appropriate Test Plan in the DVP&R Worksheet.
  • Total RPN Comparison for DFMEA: A graph showing the total RPN of the Analysis and the total RPN for each Revision.
  • Top N RPN for DFMEA: A listing of the (N) number of failure modes with the highest or lowest RPN values.
    • Properties:
      • Select and values: Select from Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include. 
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised RPN Values; otherwise the RPN Values are used.
  • Verification Test Results: A gauge indicating the percentage of Test Plans that have passed.

PFMEA Widgets 

  • AP Breakdown for PFMEA: A graph of the breakdown of FMEA items in the various AP (Action Priority) levels.
  • Overdue Recommended Actions for PFMEA: A listing of Recommended Actions that are past their due dates.
  • PFMEA Risk Matrix: A graphical risk matrix, either in 2D or 3D. Completely customizable in Properties. 
    • Properties:
      • X-Axis: Select from Severity, Occurrence, Detection, Revised Severity, Revised Occurrence, Revised Detection to use as x-axis values.
      • Y-Axis: Select from Severity, Occurrence, Detection, Revised Severity, Revised Occurrence, Revised Detection to use as y-axis values.
      • Risk Matrix: Define the Risk Levels and associated Colors. Select the Paint checkbox for the appropriate Risk Level and click on the cells in the grid to set your risk profile coloring as desired.
      • Show 3D Matrix: Select to display a 3D chart, otherwise a 2D chart is shown.
  • RPN Breakdown for PFMEA: A pie chart of RPN values broken down by RPN Ranges set in Properties for the Analysis.
    • Properties:
      • Only include Causes from a selected Subsystem: To include data only from a specific subsystem, select the Analysis in the Analyses list, select the Only include Causes from selected Subsystem checkbox, and then select the subsystem in the Analysis tree selection box. To include the selected subsystem and all children, select the Include children checkbox; otherwise clear it.
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised RPN Values; otherwise clear it.
  • RPN Over Threshold for PFMEA: A listing of items with an RPN value over a specified threshold value.
    • Properties:
      • Threshold: Select from either RPN, Revised RPN, or Current RPN. If Current RPN is selected, Revised RPN will be used if available, otherwise RPN will be used. Enter the threshold value after the is greater than or equal to label.
      • Filter on Effective Date: To filter based on a date, select Filter on Effective Date and enter the date in the Ignore items with Effective Dates prior to field; otherwise clear it to include all items regardless of date.
  • Recommended Actions Complete for PFMEA: A gauge indicating the percentage of Recommended Actions that are complete. A Recommended Action is considered complete if the Actions Taken is not blank. 
  • Recommended Actions Status for PFMEA: A pie chart of the status of Recommended Actions broken down by Completed Incomplete, or Overdue.
    • Properties:
      • Filter on Effective Date: To filter based on a date, select Filter on Effective Date and enter the date in the Ignore items with Effective Dates prior to field; otherwise clear it to include all items regardless of date.
      • Action Complete Field: Select the field to use for indicating whether an Action is considered complete: Action Taken, the Closed checkbox, or the Effective Date. If Action Taken or Effective Date is selected and data is entered in the field, the Action is considered complete.
  • Severity, Occurrence, Detection, or RPN Filter for PFMEA: A filtered list of FMEA items based on the filter selections you set in Properties. You can select to filter based on Severity, Occurrence, Detection, or RPN and also set the value to use for filtering.
    • Properties: 
      • Filter: Choose from Severity, Detection, Occurrence, or RPN to use to filter FMEA data.
      • Is greater than or equal to: Set the value of the data being filtered on above which you want to see.
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised value of the filtered item.
  • Tagged FMEA Records for PFMEA: A listing of the FMEA records that are designated as Tagged in your FMEA Worksheet.
  • Top N RPN for PFMEA: A listing of the (N) number of failure modes with the highest or lowest RPN values.
    • Properties:
      • Select and values: Select from Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised RPN Values; otherwise the RPN Values are used.
  • Total RPN Comparison for PFMEA: A graph showing the total RPN of the Analysis and the total RPN for each Revision.

FMEA-MSR Widgets 

  • AP Breakdown for FMEA-MSR: A graph of the breakdown of FMEA items in the various AP (Action Priority) levels.
  • Overdue Recommended Actions for FMEA-MSR: A listing of Recommended Actions that are past their due dates.
  • Recommended Actions Complete for FMEA-MSR: A gauge indicating the percentage of Recommended Actions that are complete. A Recommended Action is considered complete if the Actions Taken is not blank. 
  • Recommended Actions Status for FMEA-MSR: A pie chart of the status of Recommended Actions broken down by Completed Incomplete, or Overdue.
    • Properties:
      • Filter on Effective Date: To filter based on a date, select Filter on Effective Date and enter the date in the Ignore items with Effective Dates prior to field; otherwise clear it to include all items regardless of date.
      • Action Complete Field: Select the field to use for indicating whether an Action is considered complete: Action Taken, the Closed checkbox, or the Effective Date. If Action Taken or Effective Date is selected and data is entered in the field, the Action is considered complete.
  • Severity, Frequency, or Monitoring for FMEA-MSR: A filtered list of FMEA items based on the filter selections you set in Properties. You can select to filter based on Severity, Frequency, or Monitoring, and also set the value to use for filtering.
    • Properties: 
      • Filter: Choose from Severity, Frequency, or Monitoring to use to filter FMEA data.
      • Is greater than or equal to: Set the value of the data being filtered on above which you want to see.
      • Use Revised Values: Select to use the Revised value of the filtered item.
  • Tagged FMEA-MSR Causes: A listing of the FMEA records that are designated as Tagged in your DFMEA Worksheet.
  • Total RPN Comparison for FMEA-MSR: A graph showing the total RPN of the Analysis and the total RPN for each Revision.

FMECA Widgets

  • Catastrophic Failure Modes: A listing failure modes with a catastrophic severity.
  • Criticality Matrix: A graphical criticality matrix, either in 2D or 3D. Completely customizable in Properties.
    • Properties:
      • Risk Matrix: Define the Risk Levels and associated Colors. Select the Paint checkbox for the appropriate Risk Level and click on the cells in the grid to set your risk profile coloring as desired.
      • Show 3D Matrix: Select to display a 3D chart, otherwise a 2D chart is shown. 
  • Severity Breakdown: A pie chart of Severity categories across your FMECA(s).

FRACAS Widgets

  • Calculation Results: Bar graph of the selected calculation result. 
    • Properties:
      • Calculation Result: Select the calculation result to graph from Availability, Failure Rate, MTBF, MTTF, MTTR, and Trend Score.
  • Incident Pareto: A highly configurable widget for creating a Pareto graph of any FRACAS data you choose. For example, using this widget you can create a Pareto of Incidents grouped by Failure Mode.
    • Properties:
      • Field to group by: Select the Incident data field you want to create a Pareto chart for.
      • Additional data field for drilldown table: If you would like to add an additional data field to show on the table when drilling down on this widget, select the additional field.
      • Minimum grouping count to show: Enter the minimum quantity you want to include in the Pareto chart. For example, you may not want to include items that appear only once in your FRACAS, so in this case, enter 2 as the Minimum grouping count to show.
      • Maximum number of results to show: Enter the maximum number of items you want to see in the Pareto chart. 
      • Sort order: Select the sort order for your Pareto - Ascending or Descending.
      • Ignore blanks: Select if you would like blank data to be ignored when generating the Pareto.
  • Incidents Pending Approval: A listing of Incidents for which approval has been requested. 
    • Properties:
      • Incidents that I am responsible for: Select to display only the Incidents that you are responsible for.
  • Incidents per Step: A series of gauges indicating the number of Incidents in each Step of the FRACAS Workflow.
  • Open and Closed Incidents per Month: A bar chart showing the number of Open and Closed Incidents broken down by month.
  • Open and Closed Problems per Month: A bar chart showing the number of Open and Closed Problems broken down by month.
  • Overdue Incidents: A listing of Incidents that remain open and are past their due dates.
    • Properties:
      • Incidents that I am responsible for: Select to display only the Incidents that you are responsible for.
  • Overdue Problems: A listing of Problems that remain open and are part their due dates. for which approval has been requested. 
    • Properties:
      • Problems that I am responsible for: Select to display only the Problems that you are responsible for.
  • Problems Pareto: A highly configurable widget for creating a Pareto graph of any FRACAS data you choose. For example, using this widget you can create a Pareto of Problems grouped by Root Cause.
    • Properties:
      • Field to group by: Select the Problems data field you want to create a Pareto chart for.
      • Additional data field for drilldown table: If you would like to add an additional data field to show on the table when drilling down on this widget, select the additional field.
      • Minimum grouping count to show: Enter the minimum quantity you want to include in the Pareto chart. For example, you may not want to include items that appear only once in your FRACAS, so in this case, enter 2 as the Minimum grouping count to show.
      • Maximum number of results to show: Enter the maximum number of items you want to see in the Pareto chart. 
      • Sort order: Select the sort order for your Pareto - Ascending or Descending.
      • Ignore blanks: Select if you would like blank data to be ignored when generating the Pareto.
  • Problems Pending Approval: A listing of Problems for which approval has been requested. 
    • Properties
      • Problems that I am responsible for: Select to display only the Problems that you are responsible for.
  • Problems per Step: A series of gauges indicating the number of Incidents in each Step of the FRACAS Workflow.
  • Rejected Incidents: A listing of Incidents that have been rejected during the approval process.
  • Rejected Problems: A listing of Problems that have been rejected during the approval process.
  • Selected Incidents: A filtered list of Incidents. 
    • Properties: 
      • Selected Incidents: Select from All Incidents, Open Incidents, Closed Incidents, or Tagged Incidents.
      • My Incidents Only: Select to include only selected Incidents assigned to you.
      • Look for my name in: Select the FRACAS data field where to look for your name.
  • Selected Problems: A filtered list of Problems. 
    • Properties: 
      • Selected Problems: Select from All Problems, Open Problems, Closed Problems, or Tagged Problems.
      • My Problems Only: Select to include only selected Problems assigned to you.
      • Look for my name in: Select the FRACAS data field where to look for your name.
  • Total Incidents per Month: A stacked line chart of total Incidents per Month broken down by Open and Closed Incidents.
  • Total Problems per Month: A stacked line chart of total Problems per Month broken down by Open and Closed Incidents.
  • Workflow Responsibility for Incidents: A list of Incidents showing the Workflow state and who is Responsible. 
    • Properties: 
      • Selected Incidents: Select from All Incidents, Open Incidents, Closed Incidents, or Tagged Incidents.
      • Incidents that I am responsible for: Select to include only Incidents that you are responsible for.
  • Workflow Responsibility for Problems: A list of Problems showing the Workflow state and who is responsible. 
    • Properties: 
      • Selected Problems: Select from All Problems, Open Problems, Closed Problems, or Tagged Problems.
      • Problems that I am responsible for: Select to include only Problems that you are responsible for.
  • Workflow of Incidents: A funnel chart showing the Workflow progress of Incidents.
  • Workflow of Problems: A funnel chart showing the Workflow progress of Problems.

Fault Tree Widgets

  • Event Types: A pie chart showing the breakdown of event types used across your fault tree(s) specified in Properties.
  • Events with High Probability: A list of events with the highest probabilities.
    • Properties:
      • Probability is greater than or equal to: Set the probability value above which you want to see.
  • Fault Tree Cut Sets: A list of cut sets based on the most recent fault tree calculation.
    • Properties:
      • All Top Gates: When selected, all Top Gates in your Fault Tree Analyses are included.
  • Gate Types: A pie chart showing the breakdown of gate types used across your fault tree(s) specified in Properties.
  • Gates with High Unavailability: A list of gates with the highest unavailability values.
    • Properties:
      • Unavailability is greater than or equal to: Set the unavailability value above which you want to see.
  • Tagged Events: A listing of events that are designated as tagged items in your fault tree(s).
  • Tagged Gates: A listing of gates that are designated as tagged items in your fault tree(s).
  • Top N Probability Events: A listing of the (N) number of events with the highest or lowest probability values.
    • Select and values: Select from Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
  • Top N Unavailability Gates: A listing of the (N) number gates with the highest or lowest unavailability values.
    • Select and values: Select from Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include.

Reliability Prediction Widgets

  • Failure Rate Percentage: A pie chart showing the failure rate percentage of your Analysis Tree Subsystems.
  • Failure Rate vs Environment: A line chart of failure rate values over a specified range of environments.
    • Properties:
      • Environments: Select the Environments you want to include in the chart.
  • Failure Rate vs Temperature: A line chart of failure rate values over a specified range of temperatures.
    • Properties:
      • Temperature Range From and To: Set the starting and ending temperatures for the chart.
      • Step by: Set the desired interval between starting and ending temperatures to use for charting.
  • First Year Dropout Rate: A line chart of the failure rates during the first year of operation. Based on early life data.
  • Overstressed Parts: A listing of overstressed parts.
  • Parts Contributing 80% of Failure Rate: A bar chart showing the parts whose failure rates contribute to 80% of the overall Analysis failure rate.
  • Subsystem Failure Rate: A bar chart of the failure rates of the subsystems in the specified Analysis.
  • Tagged Parts: A listing of tagged parts.
  • Top N Failure Rate Parts: A bar chart of the parts with the (N) number highest or lowest failure rate values.
    • Select and values: Select from Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
  • What If?: A bar graph of showing a comparison of failure rates of specified What If? scenarios.
    • Properties:
      • What If? Scenarios: Select the What If? scenarios to include.
      • Include Original Analysis results: Select to include the failure rate of the original Analysis, otherwise clear.
      • Always recalculate results when loading widget: Select to always recalculate all failure rates prior to displaying the graph. If you know all failure rate calculations will remain up-to-date, then there is no need to always recalculate before displaying this widget. If selected, calculations make take some time, so the Dashboard including this widget may be slow to load.

RBD Widgets

  • Blocks Linked to Components: A listing of Blocks that are linked either to Reliability Prediction subsystems or to subdiagrams in your RBD(s).
  • Blocks with High Results: A listing of Blocks that are greater than a specified result value.
    • Properties: 
      • Filter: Select the result value you want to filter on.
      • Result is greater than or equal to: Set the result value above which you want to see.
  • Blocks with Low Results: A listing of Blocks that are less than a specified result value.
    • Properties: 
      • Filter: Select the result value you want to filter on.
      • Result is less than or equal to: Set the result value below which you want to see.
  • RBD Path Sets: A listing of the Path Sets of your RBD(s).
  • Repairable Blocks: A listing of Blocks that are designated a repairable in your RBD(s).
  • Tagged Blocks: A listing of Blocks that are designated as tagged items in your RBD(s).
  • Top N Unavailability Blocks: A listing of the (N) number of Blocks with the highest or lowest unavailability.
    • Select and values: Select from Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
  • Top N Unreliability Blocks: A listing of the (N) number of Blocks with the highest or lowest unreliability.
    • Select and values: Select from the Highest or Lowest and enter the number of values to include.

Maintainability Prediction Widgets

  • 10 Highest MTTR: A bar graph of the 10 items with the highest MTTR values.
  • 10 Lowest Availability: A bar graph of the 10 items with the lowest Availability values.
  • MTTR by Subsystem: A bar graph of MTTR value per Subsystem.
  • MTTR Element Breakdown: A bar graph of MTTR elements by selected Maintenance Level.
    • Properties:
      • Maintenance Level: Select the Maintenance Level to use.
  • Tasks per Subsystem: A pie chart of the number of Tasks per Subsystem.
  • Top N Maintenance Time: A bar graph of the (N) number of items with the highest or lowest Maintenance Times.
    • Properties:
      • Select and values: Select from Highest and Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
  • Top N Metric: A bar graph of the (N) number of items with the highest or lowest values of the selected Metric.
    • Properties:
      • Select and values: Select from Highest and Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
      • Metric: Select from maintenance metric to use from the list of metrics.
  • Top N Metric per Level: A bar graph of the (N) number of items with the highest or lowest values of the selected Metric and selected Maintenance Level.
    • Properties:
      • Select and values: Select from Highest and Lowest and enter the number of values to include.
      • Metric: Select from maintenance metric to use from the list of metrics.
      • Maintenance Level: Select the Maintenance Level to use.
  • Top N Task Count: A bar graph of the (N) number of items with the highest or lowest Task Count.
    • Properties:
      • Select and values: Select from Highest and Lowest and enter the number of values to include.

Feel free to create your own Dashboards to view these widgets and their customizable properties.