DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.

  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

Weldone!

Thank you
Caveman

···

On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 7:05 PM, Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.
  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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From: Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com
To: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net; DHIS 2 developers dhis2-devs@lists.launchpad.net
Cc: “Grannis, Shaun J” sgrannis@regenstrief.org; Raphael Pundo raphael_pundo@afyainfo.org; David Muturi David_Muturi@afyainfo.org; “Schaefer, Petra” PSchaefer@sure.ug; Dr. Davies O. Kimanga dkimanga@nascop.or.ke; “Gehron, Michael M” GehronMM@state.gov; Jason Phillips jason@hisp.org; Farai Mutero (HISP) farai@hisp.org; “Krause, Patrick” Patrick.Krause@epos.de; Paul Bouey BoueyPD@state.gov; Steffen Tengesdal stengesdal@gmail.com; “Amuha, Monica” mamuha@sure.ug; “Biondich, Paul G” pbiondic@regenstrief.org; Jaco Venter jaco@hisp.org; Dykki Settle dsettle@intrahealth.org; Calle Hedberg chedberg@telkomsa.net; Vincent Shaw vpshaw@gmail.com; Greg Rowles greg.rowles@gmail.com; Ferdie Botha ferdie@hisp.org; Ian de Vega ian.devega@westerncape.gov.za; Martin Osumba Martin_Osumba@afyainfo.org; Donna Lee Donna.Lee@theglobalfund.org; Alex Tumwesigye atumwesigye@gmail.com; Lawi Mamai lawi.mamai@gmail.com; Lesley Shand lesley.shand@westerncape.gov.za; Jim Grace jimgrace@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 7:05 PM
Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.

  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration → scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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From: Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com
To: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net; DHIS 2 developers dhis2-devs@lists.launchpad.net
Cc: “Grannis, Shaun J” sgrannis@regenstrief.org; Raphael Pundo raphael_pundo@afyainfo.org; David Muturi David_Muturi@afyainfo.org; “Schaefer, Petra” PSchaefer@sure.ug; Dr. Davies O. Kimanga dkimanga@nascop.or.ke; “Gehron, Michael M” GehronMM@state.gov; Jason Phillips jason@hisp.org; Farai Mutero (HISP) farai@hisp.org; “Krause, Patrick” Patrick.Krause@epos.de; Paul Bouey BoueyPD@state.gov; Steffen Tengesdal stengesdal@gmail.com; “Amuha, Monica” mamuha@sure.ug; “Biondich, Paul G” pbiondic@regenstrief.org; Jaco Venter jaco@hisp.org; Dykki Settle dsettle@intrahealth.org; Calle Hedberg chedberg@telkomsa.net; Vincent Shaw vpshaw@gmail.com; Greg Rowles greg.rowles@gmail.com; Ferdie Botha ferdie@hisp.org; Ian de Vega ian.devega@westerncape.gov.za; Martin Osumba Martin_Osumba@afyainfo.org; Donna Lee Donna.Lee@theglobalfund.org; Alex Tumwesigye atumwesigye@gmail.com; Lawi Mamai lawi.mamai@gmail.com; Lesley Shand lesley.shand@westerncape.gov.za; Jim Grace jimgrace@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 5:05 PM
Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.

  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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Congrats folks!

Wow…good job, thanks and congratulations.

So glad about the changes, they are really going to help us improve on a lot.

Thanks a lot.

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From: Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com
To: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net; DHIS 2 developers dhis2-devs@lists.launchpad.net
Cc: “Grannis, Shaun J” sgrannis@regenstrief.org; Raphael Pundo raphael_pundo@afyainfo.org; David Muturi David_Muturi@afyainfo.org; “Schaefer, Petra” PSchaefer@sure.ug; Dr. Davies O. Kimanga dkimanga@nascop.or.ke; “Gehron, Michael M” GehronMM@state.gov; Jason Phillips jason@hisp.org; Farai Mutero (HISP) farai@hisp.org; “Krause, Patrick” Patrick.Krause@epos.de; Paul Bouey BoueyPD@state.gov; Steffen Tengesdal stengesdal@gmail.com; “Amuha, Monica” mamuha@sure.ug; “Biondich, Paul G” pbiondic@regenstrief.org; Jaco Venter jaco@hisp.org; Dykki Settle dsettle@intrahealth.org; Calle Hedberg chedberg@telkomsa.net; Vincent Shaw vpshaw@gmail.com; Greg Rowles greg.rowles@gmail.com; Ferdie Botha ferdie@hisp.org; Ian de Vega ian.devega@westerncape.gov.za; Martin Osumba Martin_Osumba@afyainfo.org; Donna Lee Donna.Lee@theglobalfund.org; Alex Tumwesigye atumwesigye@gmail.com; Lawi Mamai lawi.mamai@gmail.com; Lesley Shand lesley.shand@westerncape.gov.za; Jim Grace jimgrace@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 6:05 PM
Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.

  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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Great News.

Many Congrats.

Cheers

···

On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 2:29 AM, Mano Ntayingi manontayingi@hotmail.com wrote:

Congrats folks!


Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2013 18:05:39 +0100
From: larshelge@gmail.com
To: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net; dhis2-devs@lists.launchpad.net

CC: sgrannis@regenstrief.org; raphael_pundo@afyainfo.org; David_Muturi@afyainfo.org; PSchaefer@sure.ug; dkimanga@nascop.or.ke; GehronMM@state.gov; jason@hisp.org; farai@hisp.org; Patrick.Krause@epos.de; BoueyPD@state.gov; stengesdal@gmail.com; mamuha@sure.ug; pbiondic@regenstrief.org; jaco@hisp.org; dsettle@intrahealth.org; arthurheywood@gmail.com; chedberg@telkomsa.net; vpshaw@gmail.com; greg.rowles@gmail.com; ferdie@hisp.org; ian.devega@westerncape.gov.za; Martin_Osumba@afyainfo.org; Donna.Lee@theglobalfund.org; atumwesigye@gmail.com; dadaletey@yahoo.com; lawi.mamai@gmail.com; lesley.shand@westerncape.gov.za; jimgrace@gmail.com

Subject: [Dhis2-devs] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.
  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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University of Dar es salaam

#stands_up_places_his_hands_on_his_chest_and_bows_to_2.11

Congratulations guys…sky is the limit!

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On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 9:35 PM, Wilfred Senyoni senyoni@gmail.com wrote:

Great News.
Many Congrats.

Cheers

On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 2:29 AM, Mano Ntayingi manontayingi@hotmail.com wrote:

Congrats folks!


Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2013 18:05:39 +0100
From: larshelge@gmail.com
To: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net; dhis2-devs@lists.launchpad.net

CC: sgrannis@regenstrief.org; raphael_pundo@afyainfo.org; David_Muturi@afyainfo.org; PSchaefer@sure.ug; dkimanga@nascop.or.ke; GehronMM@state.gov; jason@hisp.org; farai@hisp.org; Patrick.Krause@epos.de; BoueyPD@state.gov; stengesdal@gmail.com; mamuha@sure.ug; pbiondic@regenstrief.org; jaco@hisp.org; dsettle@intrahealth.org; arthurheywood@gmail.com; chedberg@telkomsa.net; vpshaw@gmail.com; greg.rowles@gmail.com; ferdie@hisp.org; ian.devega@westerncape.gov.za; Martin_Osumba@afyainfo.org; Donna.Lee@theglobalfund.org; atumwesigye@gmail.com; dadaletey@yahoo.com; lawi.mamai@gmail.com; lesley.shand@westerncape.gov.za; jimgrace@gmail.com

Subject: [Dhis2-devs] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.
  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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Great news…
I have tried it.

Keep the ball rolling.

Alex

···

On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:45 AM, Martin Namutso mnamutso@gmail.com wrote:

#stands_up_places_his_hands_on_his_chest_and_bows_to_2.11

Congratulations guys…sky is the limit!


Blessings & regards

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On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 9:35 PM, Wilfred Senyoni senyoni@gmail.com wrote:

Great News.
Many Congrats.

Cheers

On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 2:29 AM, Mano Ntayingi manontayingi@hotmail.com wrote:

Congrats folks!


Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2013 18:05:39 +0100
From: larshelge@gmail.com
To: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net; dhis2-devs@lists.launchpad.net

CC: sgrannis@regenstrief.org; raphael_pundo@afyainfo.org; David_Muturi@afyainfo.org; PSchaefer@sure.ug; dkimanga@nascop.or.ke; GehronMM@state.gov; jason@hisp.org; farai@hisp.org; Patrick.Krause@epos.de; BoueyPD@state.gov; stengesdal@gmail.com; mamuha@sure.ug; pbiondic@regenstrief.org; jaco@hisp.org; dsettle@intrahealth.org; arthurheywood@gmail.com; chedberg@telkomsa.net; vpshaw@gmail.com; greg.rowles@gmail.com; ferdie@hisp.org; ian.devega@westerncape.gov.za; Martin_Osumba@afyainfo.org; Donna.Lee@theglobalfund.org; atumwesigye@gmail.com; dadaletey@yahoo.com; lawi.mamai@gmail.com; lesley.shand@westerncape.gov.za; jimgrace@gmail.com

Subject: [Dhis2-devs] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated, analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls (Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API, where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10 diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming conventions.
  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration -> scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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Congratulations for the achivement!

Is there any information about how to upgrade from version 2.10 to 2.11?

Kind regards,
Paulo Grácio

···

On 22 March 2013 19:05, Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

- Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data
aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation
unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and
as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the
table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as
favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to
allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any
involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility
ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with
admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with
totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element
groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point
of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by
location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu
and arrange dimensions from "Layout" in the top menu. Documentation can be
found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

- Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated,
analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The
pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of
third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type
of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be
specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls
(Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater
than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and
organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

- Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and
data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object
can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be
made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other
people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should
be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like
health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and
reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In
this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then
develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation
only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all
and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple
countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and
indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could
be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing
in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which
are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The
sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with
the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

- DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of
objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom
data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data
objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done
through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability
for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

- HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure
HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but
allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is
especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API,
where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the
report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

- Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple
organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios
where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational
hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do
fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system
general settings and enable "multi-organisation unit forms", then go to data
entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data
for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

- Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of
tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or
group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10
diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report
again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

- Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of
the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs
completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many
visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

- Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved
and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular
reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

- Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API
specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be
considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

- Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom
data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it
possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now
be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming
conventions.

- Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has
an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table
and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help
or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

- The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must
re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration ->
scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from
here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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Paulo Grácio

Hi Paulo,

Lars had sent this information for tips for server admins doing upgrades:
https://lists.launchpad.net/dhis2-users/msg01950.html

PS: Please subscribe to the list for posting messages and receiving important information like this

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On 25 March 2013 13:30, Paulo Grácio paulogracio@gmail.com wrote:

Congratulations for the achivement!

Is there any information about how to upgrade from version 2.10 to 2.11?

Kind regards,

Paulo Grácio

On 22 March 2013 19:05, Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data

aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation

unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and

as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the

table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as

favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to

allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any

involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility

ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with

admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with

totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element

groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point

of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by

location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu

and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be

found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated,

analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The

pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of

third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type

of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be

specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls

(Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater

than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and

organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and

data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object

can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be

made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other

people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should

be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like

health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and

reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In

this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then

develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation

only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all

and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple

countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and

indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could

be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing

in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which

are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The

sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with

the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of

objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom

data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data

objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done

through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability

for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure

HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but

allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is

especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API,

where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the

report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple

organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios

where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational

hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do

fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system

general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data

entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data

for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of

tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or

group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10

diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report

again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of

the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs

completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many

visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved

and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular

reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API

specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be

considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom

data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it

possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now

be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming

conventions.

  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has

an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table

and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help

or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must

re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration ->

scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from

here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.11 is released

Congratulations for the achivement!

Is there any information about how to upgrade from version 2.10 to 2.11?

Kind regards,
Paulo Grácio

On 22 March 2013 19:05, Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

- Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data
aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation
unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and
as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the
table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as
favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to
allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any
involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility
ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with
admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with
totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element
groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point
of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by
location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu
and arrange dimensions from "Layout" in the top menu. Documentation can be
found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

- Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated,
analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The
pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of
third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type
of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be
specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls
(Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater
than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and
organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

- Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and
data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object
can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be
made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other
people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should
be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like
health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and
reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In
this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then
develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation
only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all
and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple
countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and
indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could
be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing
in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which
are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The
sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with
the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

- DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of
objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom
data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data
objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done
through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability
for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

- HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure
HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but
allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is
especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API,
where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the
report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

- Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple
organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios
where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational
hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do
fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system
general settings and enable "multi-organisation unit forms", then go to data
entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data
for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

- Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of
tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or
group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10
diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report
again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

- Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of
the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs
completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many
visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

- Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved
and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular
reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

- Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API
specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be
considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

- Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom
data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it
possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now
be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming
conventions.

- Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has
an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table
and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help
or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

- The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must
re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration ->
scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from
here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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Hi Paulo,
Here it is...
this update is intended for server administrators looking to upgrade
to DHIS 2.11.

In version 2.11, DHIS is performing on-the-fly data aggregation as
part of the new analytics API. This is in contrast to the datamart API
where data is been pre-aggregated for a set of dimensions. The
analytics tables contain indexed columns for each data dimension
together with a column for the "raw" data values. The tables are
partitioned for each year of data. Partition means a part of a table
which has been split horizontally on rows - you will find tables like
analytics_2011, analytics_2012, analytics_2013 in the database. This
has some consequences for server configuration:

1) It is strongly recommended to set up a cache server to reduce the
pressure on your web servers. First, caching must be enabled in DHIS
from "System general settings" by setting "Cache strategy" to "Cache
until 6 am tomorrow". The simplest way to set up a server-side cache
if you already have a reverse proxy like nginx and apache running is
to configure it directly in the proxy. Enabling caching for nginx is
documented here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/implementer/html/ch08s02.html#d5e580

Apache caching can be done through the mod_cache module:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_cache.html

Otherwise, dedicated caches like varnish
(https://www.varnish-cache.org/) and squid
(http://www.squid-cache.org/) could be set up in front of your web
servers.

2) Run latest version of PostgreSQL which is 9.2. It has some nice
performance improvements over earlier versions.

3) Make sure a lot of memory is available to the database /
PostgreSQL. If the analytics tables for the last 2-3 years can fit in
the memory cache then on-the-fly aggregation will perform much better.
You can see the size of the analytics tables and indexes using this
SQL on PostgreSQL:

select pg_size_pretty( pg_total_relation_size( 'analytics_2013' ) );

The more memory you have the better. Documentation has been updated,
have a look at the values for shared_buffers and effective_cache_size
settings and update your configurations adjusted for your available
memory:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/implementer/html/ch08.html#d5e413

4) Make sure you have enough disk space as t
he size of the database will increase with the analytics tables. Also,
when doing database backups it's not required to include the analytics
nor the datamart tables. An efficient command for creating backups
which omits these tables and compresses the output in one go (replace
db-name and db-user) is:

pg_dump db-name -U db-user -T aggregated* -T analytics* -T
completeness* | gzip > dhis-pgdump.gz

5) Optional. Use a fast hard disk type/drive. It will help performance
both on analytics table generation and read queries if you have a fast
disk type, ideally SSD.

rgds
David

···

2013/3/25 Paulo Grácio <paulogracio@gmail.com>:

Congratulations for the achivement!

Is there any information about how to upgrade from version 2.10 to 2.11?

Kind regards,
Paulo Grácio

On 22 March 2013 19:05, Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

- Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data
aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation
unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and
as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the
table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as
favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to
allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any
involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility
ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with
admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with
totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element
groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point
of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by
location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu
and arrange dimensions from "Layout" in the top menu. Documentation can be
found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

- Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated,
analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The
pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of
third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type
of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be
specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls
(Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater
than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and
organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

- Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and
data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object
can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be
made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other
people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should
be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like
health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and
reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In
this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then
develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation
only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all
and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple
countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and
indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could
be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing
in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which
are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The
sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with
the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

- DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of
objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom
data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data
objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done
through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability
for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

- HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure
HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but
allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is
especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API,
where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the
report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

- Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple
organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios
where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational
hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do
fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system
general settings and enable "multi-organisation unit forms", then go to data
entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data
for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

- Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of
tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or
group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10
diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report
again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

- Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of
the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs
completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many
visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

- Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved
and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular
reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

- Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API
specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be
considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

- Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom
data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it
possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now
be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming
conventions.

- Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has
an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table
and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help
or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

- The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must
re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration ->
scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from
here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

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On 25 March 2013 15:32, David Muturi <dnmuturi@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Paulo,
Here it is...
this update is intended for server administrators looking to upgrade
to DHIS 2.11.

In version 2.11, DHIS is performing on-the-fly data aggregation as
part of the new analytics API. This is in contrast to the datamart API
where data is been pre-aggregated for a set of dimensions. The
analytics tables contain indexed columns for each data dimension
together with a column for the "raw" data values. The tables are
partitioned for each year of data. Partition means a part of a table
which has been split horizontally on rows - you will find tables like
analytics_2011, analytics_2012, analytics_2013 in the database. This
has some consequences for server configuration:

1) It is strongly recommended to set up a cache server to reduce the
pressure on your web servers. First, caching must be enabled in DHIS
from "System general settings" by setting "Cache strategy" to "Cache
until 6 am tomorrow". The simplest way to set up a server-side cache
if you already have a reverse proxy like nginx and apache running is
to configure it directly in the proxy. Enabling caching for nginx is
documented here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/implementer/html/ch08s02.html#d5e580

Apache caching can be done through the mod_cache module:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_cache.html

Otherwise, dedicated caches like varnish
(https://www.varnish-cache.org/) and squid
(http://www.squid-cache.org/) could be set up in front of your web
servers.

2) Run latest version of PostgreSQL which is 9.2. It has some nice
performance improvements over earlier versions.

3) Make sure a lot of memory is available to the database /
PostgreSQL. If the analytics tables for the last 2-3 years can fit in
the memory cache then on-the-fly aggregation will perform much better.
You can see the size of the analytics tables and indexes using this
SQL on PostgreSQL:

select pg_size_pretty( pg_total_relation_size( 'analytics_2013' ) );

The more memory you have the better. Documentation has been updated,
have a look at the values for shared_buffers and effective_cache_size
settings and update your configurations adjusted for your available
memory:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/implementer/html/ch08.html#d5e413

4) Make sure you have enough disk space as t
he size of the database will increase with the analytics tables. Also,
when doing database backups it's not required to include the analytics
nor the datamart tables. An efficient command for creating backups
which omits these tables and compresses the output in one go (replace
db-name and db-user) is:

pg_dump db-name -U db-user -T aggregated* -T analytics* -T
completeness* | gzip > dhis-pgdump.gz

5) Optional. Use a fast hard disk type/drive. It will help performance
both on analytics table generation and read queries if you have a fast
disk type, ideally SSD.

rgds
David

2013/3/25 Paulo Grácio <paulogracio@gmail.com>:

Congratulations for the achivement!

Is there any information about how to upgrade from version 2.10 to 2.11?

Kind regards,
Paulo Grácio

On 22 March 2013 19:05, Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

- Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data
aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation
unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and
as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the
table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as
favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to
allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any
involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility
ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with
admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with
totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element
groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point
of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by
location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu
and arrange dimensions from "Layout" in the top menu. Documentation can be
found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

- Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated,
analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The
pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of
third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type
of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be
specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls
(Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater
than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and
organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

- Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and
data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object
can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be
made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other
people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should
be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like
health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and
reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In
this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then
develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation
only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all
and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple
countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and
indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could
be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing
in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which
are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The
sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with
the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

- DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of
objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom
data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data
objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done
through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability
for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

- HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure
HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but
allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is
especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API,
where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the
report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

- Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple
organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios
where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational
hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do
fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system
general settings and enable "multi-organisation unit forms", then go to data
entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data
for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

- Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of
tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or
group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10
diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report
again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

- Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of
the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs
completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many
visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

- Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved
and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular
reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

- Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API
specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be
considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

- Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom
data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it
possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now
be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming
conventions.

- Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has
an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table
and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help
or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

- The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must
re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration ->
scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from
here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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I am very grateful to the DHIS2 team.Finally database/table partitioning have been introduced in the 2.11. That’s one feature I have longed for. Surely, I am so excited, “A year ago has yielded fruits”.

Bravo.

···

On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 5:27 PM, Paulo Grácio paulogracio@gmail.com wrote:

Thanks. I missed that email, sorry for the spam.

Regards,

Paulo Grácio

On 25 March 2013 15:32, David Muturi dnmuturi@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Paulo,

Here it is…

this update is intended for server administrators looking to upgrade

to DHIS 2.11.

In version 2.11, DHIS is performing on-the-fly data aggregation as

part of the new analytics API. This is in contrast to the datamart API

where data is been pre-aggregated for a set of dimensions. The

analytics tables contain indexed columns for each data dimension

together with a column for the “raw” data values. The tables are

partitioned for each year of data. Partition means a part of a table

which has been split horizontally on rows - you will find tables like

analytics_2011, analytics_2012, analytics_2013 in the database. This

has some consequences for server configuration:

  1. It is strongly recommended to set up a cache server to reduce the

pressure on your web servers. First, caching must be enabled in DHIS

from “System general settings” by setting “Cache strategy” to "Cache

until 6 am tomorrow". The simplest way to set up a server-side cache

if you already have a reverse proxy like nginx and apache running is

to configure it directly in the proxy. Enabling caching for nginx is

documented here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/implementer/html/ch08s02.html#d5e580

Apache caching can be done through the mod_cache module:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_cache.html

Otherwise, dedicated caches like varnish

(https://www.varnish-cache.org/) and squid

(http://www.squid-cache.org/) could be set up in front of your web

servers.

  1. Run latest version of PostgreSQL which is 9.2. It has some nice

performance improvements over earlier versions.

  1. Make sure a lot of memory is available to the database /

PostgreSQL. If the analytics tables for the last 2-3 years can fit in

the memory cache then on-the-fly aggregation will perform much better.

You can see the size of the analytics tables and indexes using this

SQL on PostgreSQL:

select pg_size_pretty( pg_total_relation_size( ‘analytics_2013’ ) );

The more memory you have the better. Documentation has been updated,

have a look at the values for shared_buffers and effective_cache_size

settings and update your configurations adjusted for your available

memory:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/implementer/html/ch08.html#d5e413

  1. Make sure you have enough disk space as t

he size of the database will increase with the analytics tables. Also,

when doing database backups it’s not required to include the analytics

nor the datamart tables. An efficient command for creating backups

which omits these tables and compresses the output in one go (replace

db-name and db-user) is:

pg_dump db-name -U db-user -T aggregated* -T analytics* -T

completeness* | gzip > dhis-pgdump.gz

  1. Optional. Use a fast hard disk type/drive. It will help performance

both on analytics table generation and read queries if you have a fast

disk type, ideally SSD.

rgds

David

2013/3/25 Paulo Grácio paulogracio@gmail.com:

Congratulations for the achivement!

Is there any information about how to upgrade from version 2.10 to 2.11?

Kind regards,

Paulo Grácio

On 22 March 2013 19:05, Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.11 is out and we have some great features for you:

  • Web-based pivot table: Allows you to create pivot tables with data

aggregated along all data dimensions, including data element/organisation

unit group sets. Data dimensions can be arranged freely on columns, rows and

as filters. You can include totals and subtotals on all axis and control the

table density and font size under options. Your pivots can be saved as

favorites and downloaded to your local computer. This design goal is to

allow users to create their own reports with the data they need without any

involvement of super-users.

A pivot table with immunization indicators for last 4 quarters by facility

ownership, type and location can be made like this (log in with

admin/district):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=XWXTmFUffng

A pivot table with number of diagnosis by facility ownership and type with

totals and subtotals looks like this (notice that diagnosis are data element

groups):

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=vlnZeGhgw1T

A pivot table for vaccines, broken down on categories, age group and point

of service, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=z31v4RMNqnu

A pivot table with reporting rates, major forms for public facilities by

location and type, last 12 months:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=VHewKMjyLnR

We encourage you to play around - select dimension items for the left menu

and arrange dimensions from “Layout” in the top menu. Documentation can be

found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch15.html

  • Data analytics Web-API resource: A flexible API for retrieving aggregated,

analytical data for all data dimensions using a simple query syntax. The

pivot table module is built on top of this API. It allows developers of

third-party apps and web portals to connect to DHIS 2 and query for any type

of aggregated data, where any number of dimensions and filters can be

specified. Data can be retrieved in json, jsonp, xml, csv, html and xls

(Excel) format and responses can be constrained with criteria like greater

than, equals and so on.

A query for retrieving data for certain data elements, periods and

organisation units might look like this:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/analytics?dimension=dx:fbfJHSPpUQD;cYeuwXTCPkU&dimension=pe:2012Q1;2012Q2&dimension=ou:O6uvpzGd5pu;lc3eMKXaEfw

Documentation can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch25s18.html

  • Sharing: Several objects including chart, pivot table, map, indicator and

data set can now be shared and have fine-grained access control. An object

can be made private to yourself, shared with any number of user groups or be

made available for all. You can grant edit or view-only rights to other

people. You can create user groups directly from the dashboard. Who should

be allowed to create public objects can be controlled through user roles.

This functionality is useful for example in a scenario where entities like

health programs and implementing partners need to create indicators and

reports which should be available only for members of their organisation. In

this case, an organisation can create a user group for their staff, then

develop charts and maps which could be made available for that organisation

only. General reports made by the ministry could still be shared with all

and made publicly available.

Another use-case is that of an international NGO with operations in multiple

countries. Here, user groups could be set up for each country and

indicators, resources, charts and reports which are country-specific could

be made available for staff working in that country only, without appearing

in lists for staff working in other countries. Indicators and reports which

are applicable for all counties could be made accessible for all. The

sharing solution also opens up for great possibilities when combined with

the self-registration of user account feature.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch07.html

  • DXF 2 meta-data exchange: You can now import and export a complete set of

objects in the aggregate part of the system, including data sets, custom

data entry forms, maps, charts and option sets. Import/export of meta-data

objects now uses the new DXF 2 format. Import/export can also be done

through the meta-data Web API resource. This greatly improves the ability

for meta-data exchange between DHIS 2 instances and third-party systems.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch19.html

  • HTML-based standard reports: You can now develop standard reports in pure

HTML and Javascript. This requires a little bit of development skills but

allows for creating pixel-perfect reports tailored to most needs. It is

especially flexible when used in combination with the analytics Web API,

where aggregated data can be pulled out of the system and positioned in the

report according to your needs.

An example of such a report can be viewed here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-reporting/generateHtmlReport.action?uid=fqERdm6UtkI&ou=ImspTQPwCqd

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch14s04.html#d5e2332

  • Multi-organisation unit data entry: You can now do data entry for multiple

organisation unit in the same form. This is useful for instance in scenarios

where you have section forms with few data elements and an organisational

hierarchy with hospitals with multiple wards below, as it allows you to do

fast data entry for all wards at the same time. To enable it, go the system

general settings and enable “multi-organisation unit forms”, then go to data

entry and select the organisation unit above the ones you want to enter data

for.

Documentation here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch09s02.html#d5e1122

  • Tracker ad-hoc aggregate reports: You can now do on-the-fly aggregation of

tracker data in tabular reports. Define aggregation queries with filters or

group statements and view the results instantly. Create reports like top 10

diagnoses from inpatient admissions, save as favorite and run the report

again whenever you like. You can check it out here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/app/index.html

  • Tracker program statistics reports: Tracker now comes with better out of

the box statistics to program managers. Monitor new enrollments, programs

completed, and drop-outs. Also analyse in detail from each stage how many

visits are done, completed and overdue. Try it out on the demo here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-caseentry/statisticalProgramReportSelect.action

  • Tracker general improvements: The tracker module is rapidly being improved

and the user experience is improved in person dashboard, case-based tabular

reports, person aggregation and program maintenance.

The tracker user guide can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch24s02.html#d5e5474

  • Facility registry Web API resource: DHIS 2 now implements the API

specification made by the FRED project. This means that DHIS 2 can be

considered a feasible facility registry. More info here:

http://facilityregistry.org

  • Model changes: Indicator formulas, validation rule formulas and custom

data entry forms are now using UIDs (stable identifiers) which makes it

possible to transfer these easily between systems. Category options can now

be re-used within many categories which improves analysis and naming

conventions.

  • Miscellaneous: Report table supports weekly periods. Data visualizer has

an improved favorite user interface, making it consistent with pivot table

and GIS. Touch-friendly navigation for help and profile items (click on help

or profile in top menu).

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/functions.action

  • The scheduling functionality has been improved. As a consequence you must

re-set your scheduled jobs after upgrading in data administration ->

scheduling.

WAR file, Live package, sample data and source code can be downloaded from

here:

http://dhis2.org/downloads

Documentation and Javadocs can be found here:

http://dhis2.org/documentation

Launchpad source code page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

Launchpad blueprint page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.11

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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