When a user logins into One Model, they will be taken to an overview page. Dependent on their level of access, they may see a number of icons on the left hand side. These icons represent the high-level tools that a user may or may not have access to dependent on their role in the organization.
Explore – This is One Model’s query tool that allows users to create visualizations and tables of data using Metrics and Dimensions. These queries can be pinned as Tiles and added to Dashboards. This tool also allows users to create their own Metrics if they have the permission. Explore is generally used by Dashboard Admins, Analysts and HRBPs to investigate the data.
The Application Access Permission that allow users to use the Explore tool is:
Allowing users to create, edit, and delete Metrics are controlled by the permissions below. It is important for Dashboard Admins to have access to these permissions to create and edit Metric definitions.
Dashboards – This tool allows users to access a group of Tiles that have been set-up by a user that has Application Access Permissions to Create Dashboards and access the Explore tool. While the ability to view and drill through Metrics should be granted to anyone that has explore capabilities, they will needed for users for Dashboards.
Application Access Permissions for Dashboard Admins include:
All users should have the Application Access Permissions below. These permissions will work in conjunction with Data Access Permissions to limit the data the user can see.
If the user should be able to see the details behind the Metrics, they should also have the following permissions:
Exports – Dashboards and tables can be exported to Excel. Dependent on the size of the data being exported it may take some time for the servers to create the file export. Files that have been requested for export will be located under the Exports section of the site.
Data – Users that have access to manage the data configuration in the site will see this area. Loads, Sources, Destinations, Modelling, Augmentation and Custom SQL are found here.
The Application Access Permission that allow the user to see the overview page for Data:
Application Access Permissions that control access to Loads include:
Application Access Permissions that control access to Sources include:
Application Access Permissions that control access to Destinations include:
Application Access Permissions that control access to Modelling include:
Application Access Permissions that control access to Augmentation include:
Connect – This section provides details on how to connect One Model’s system to other tools (i.e. Excel, Aginity, Tableau, ODBC Driver).
The Application Access Permission that control this include:
My Account – Users can change passwords and log out of the site here.
Admin – Users that have access to manage the site, users and role security for the site will see this area. Under this area, there will be general management of the site (Company), user settings (Users), role settings (Application and Data Access Roles), drill through columns (Drill Through Columns) and importing / exporting configuration (Import/ Export Configuration).
Application Access Permissions that allow users to access to general settings:
Application Access Permissions that allow users to edit Drill Through Columns:
Application Access Permissions that allow users to Import/ Export configuration:
Application Access Permissions that allow users to create/ edit roles:
Application Access Permissions that allow users to create/ edit users:
Application Access Permissions that allow users to create/ edit dimensions:
Application Access Permissions that allow users to create/ edit entity relationships: