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Hello and welcome to this quick webinar of how to use the blue back project tracker in this episode we're going to look at the web dashboard and how you can use it to get some quick wins with your portrayal data management so let's just take a look at that here we have the tracker dashboard inside of the web so the dashboard is designed to give you a quick overview into your last scan status and the projects being created etc so the first thing to see is the bottom left where we have the tracker timeline and here you can get some information about when the last scan was run and if you mouse over in these little green icons here you can see when the last successful scan was run so Friday today just before recording the webinar the next thing to show is the portrayal versions graph here which can just give you an overview of the different portrayal versions that you have in your environment I one thing to know is you can click on these segments here and this will take you to the second module of the tracker which is the projects with a filter applied so it's just a quick way of visualizing how many projects belong to a particular portrayal version the next item here is the measurements where we can compare our total number of projects with some of the versions we support in the latest release and you can just see how those are increasing or decreasing over time in this sub tab here we also have our project tag so when I scan I assign some names to the different groups of data that i have and again I could for example click on my reference projects tag here and reveal all the projects that belong to those tags for example finally in the top left we have a quick summary of projects that contain a lot of local data so that's data that's not properly referenced then in here we have 100 newest projects again we can click on that to show some details about the project like when it was created who by where was saved etc and then we have also the hundred last modified so it's just really designed as a quick summary to to your tracker and get a quick status on how things have been developing if we move into the next tab here which is the projects we can start to get some more information about the projects that we have so firstly we get an overview of the project names here the path they're stored out etc what a version of portrayal and if it's a reference project or not any of these columns here we can move around by dragging and dropping we can also select rows like so right click and copy to clipboard etc and we can also drag and drop any of these columns into this group selector so if I drop the portrayal version it groups any objects which have the same portrayal version here so you can quickly get for example a list of projects in my case there are say portrayal 2022 that need to be upgraded to portrayal 2022 in this view here we can also change it to expose a number of different sets of information about the projects so one of the first things we can look at is the history which tells you when the project was created who by who now owns it and if it was a copy of another project or not and again here we could group by say the user and we'll find the various users of the portrayal projects here we also have a interesting information collected by the tracker which is the scan status which can give some details about any projects that failed to scan and can indicate what kind of error encountered all my projects can successfully so I don't have any problems I need to worry about in the view we can also get a quick information on the units of a project and here we get information on the coordinate reference system and then all the measurement units used in that particular project and again we could group by CRS and identify ones that may be using a incorrect CRS the next step part of the projects of you to show is the references which is really the sort of bed and butter of the tracker and what this does is it shows how the data is shared between the projects and how it's synchronized against the reference projects so if I filter here by reference seismic cubes you can see all the projects which have reference data in them and what the synchronized status of those data are so up here we have these legend for these traffic light symbols so you can see the projects that have a lot of local data ie non referenced and then you can see the projects which have reference data and what state it's in if we look at something like well references we get something a bit more meaningful so people use the reference project a lot more for wells so here we can see for example this project has 24 wells that are equal with a reference project and if we click on that we can see those 24 wells and they're all equal with the reference project an example here where we have some wells that are newer we can click on them and we can see that these wells have been updated in this project but not sink their changes back to the reference project as i showed you can click on any of these number here and i'll take it to the next tab down which is the data tab which shows you information about the specific data items so i can click.

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