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The TEC’s Information product library can
help you access data about the tertiary sector and your own organisation to support you in
your strategy development and decision making. This video introduces you to the basics of
how to use our business intelligence tool. One of it’s strengths is the ability to
create visual data to quickly see what’s interesting or important, and then drill into
the data to gain insights. Let’s take a look. You can access the information product library
from any page on the TEC website, through Ngā Kete. There are several information products available,
each containing different data so you can explore different topics. Links to the information products are available
in the What’s important section of Ngā Kete. When you open an information product, you
will see that it is made up of a number of sheets. Hovering over the name of the sheet will display
an information icon. Click to read more about what information
you can explore in the sheet. You can see this detail for all of the sheets
in the Menu. To understand the purpose of each information
product, take a look at the about this app sheet. This outlines information about the data,
how the information is displayed and some key notes. Each information product has a data definitions
sheet. This outlines the meaning and where the data
has come from. Simply click to open. At the top of every page there is a navigation
menu. You can return to the information product
overview where we started, open a bookmark, open a sheet from the drop down list, or scroll
to the next sheet using the arrows. Once you have opened a sheet, you can filter
the data to give the view you want to see. Filters are available at the top of every
sheet. Here’s how they work. When you select a filter, you may see the
item and the line under the field name turn green. This means this is a single layer filter. Some filters may have more than one layer,
so if the line underneath the field name doesn’t turn green – you can go back into the filter
to select another option. Each layer applies an increasingly detailed
view. In this example we have picked the broad NZSCED,
and when we click on the filter again, we can pick from the narrow NZSCED options associated
with the broad level selected. There may be a number of levels you can select
from. When there are no more options, the green
line will display under the field title. When you select a filter, you may notice other
filter options change colour. Items in white indicate there are more filtering
options available, based on what you have selected. Anything that is showing in light grey is
an alternative option you can select, and anything in dark grey isn’t available with
the filter you have currently chosen. If you select a dark grey item, it will wipe
your previous selection. You can always use the Step back button to
undo your last action. To remove your filter selections, you can
either click on the crosses next to each item at the top of the screen, or go back into
each filter and click on the clear selection button. You will notice the sheets within each information
product use different visualisations. A combination of charts, graphs, tables and
maps are used to present information Hovering over an area of the visualisation
will display the count based on your current filters
Clicking directly onto an area of the visualisation will enable you to apply a filter. You can either click on the green tick to
confirm, or simply click away into empty space on the screen. When you hover over a visualisation, you will
see an icon display in the top right with two arrows. Clicking on this will open the visualisation
in full screen. Simply click the cross to return to the main
view. You can zoom into the maps to get a closer
look Drag the map to reposition it and when you’re
done click the home icon to zoom out again. If you get to a stage in your exploring where
you find something really interesting, you can add a bookmark so you can come back to
it later. Click on the bookmark icon, and then select
create new bookmark. Give your bookmark a name that will make sense
to you when you come back to it later, you can also add an optional description. When you are finished, simply click the bookmark
icon again. To return to the main screen, click on the
icon in the top left and select Overview. From here you can view and open your bookmarks
without needing to open any sheets. Take some time to explore all the filters
and charts available in each information product and see what you can find. For more specific information about each of
the Information Products and the type of information you can discover, take a look at our Quick
reference guides available from the Support section of the TEC website
If you have questions about using any of the information products, please contact the Sector

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