DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs

···

You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

Great work Lars!!!
Kudos to you and the team. We will test and give feedback.

Regards,

Muhammad Salihu

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Great features! :wink:

congratulations to the whole dev team,

have a good weekend!!!

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On 25 July 2014 18:05, Muhammad Salihu mailfriend5000@gmail.com wrote:

Great work Lars!!!

Kudos to you and the team. We will test and give feedback.

Regards,

Muhammad Salihu


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Congratulations Lars and to the development team. Glad to see these new features enrich the application. What is the process for suggesting new features?

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Great work Lars!!!

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Great features! :wink:

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On 25 July 2014 18:05, Muhammad Salihu mailfriend5000@gmail.com wrote:

Great work Lars!!!

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Whoa. Awesome. Thanks for the amazing work you guys do. Can’t wait to put it through the ringer!
Nicola

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On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 12:01 PM, Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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great work team as usual…nice features…

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On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 9:31 PM, Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users

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Regards,
Bharath Kumar. Ch

Great job… so cool features has added.

Development on tracker, webAPI, and visualizer are fantastic…

Congratulation and many many thanks to dTeam

···

On 25 Jul 2014 22:01, “Lars Helge Øverland” larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users

Post to : dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users

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Congratulation to the whole team !!! job well done :slight_smile:

Lamin B. Jawara

Ministry of Health & Social Welfare
Tel: +220 9907404 / 7229017
Email: lbjawara@yahoo.com

Web: http://lbjawara.wordpress.com

Great job… so cool features has added.

Development on tracker, webAPI, and visualizer are fantastic…

Congratulation and many many thanks to dTeam

···

On Friday, July 25, 2014 8:10 PM, Nayeem Al Mifthah n.mifthah@gmail.com wrote:

On 25 Jul 2014 22:01, “Lars Helge Øverland” larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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Dear All,

This is really useful information summaries all feature of new version of DHIS2, I will share this with my team and update them about this. Thank again’

Kind regards,

Dr. Chansaly

···

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Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

Great work Lars and the entire team…

Sky is the limit :slight_smile:

···

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On Sat, Jul 26, 2014 at 5:39 AM, Dr.Chansaly hsipchansaly@etllao.com wrote:

Dear All,

This is really useful information summaries all feature of new version of DHIS2, I will share this with my team and update them about this. Thank again’

Kind regards,

Dr. Chansaly

From: Dhis2-users [mailto:dhis2-users-bounces+hsipchansaly=etllao.com@lists.launchpad.net] On Behalf Of Lars Helge Øverland

Sent: Friday, July 25, 2014 11:01 PM
To: DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo; Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin Winters

Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users

Post to : dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users

More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp

Salut,

Mes félicitations à toutes l’équipe de développement.

Cordialement

Assetta

···

Le Vendredi 25 juillet 2014 16h01, Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com a écrit :

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users
Post to : dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net
Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~dhis2-users
More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp

Congrats! Wow, all those features. Data audit trail, Perfect!

···

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

**

  • Data value audit trail:** Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo |
Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value
import
. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

Congratulations ! DHIS2.16 is very powerful and very rich with new
functionality.

···

On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 12:57 PM, WILLIAMS, Ryan O'Neil < williamsryan@who.int> wrote:

Congrats! Wow, all those features. Data audit trail, Perfect!

*From:* Dhis2-devs [mailto:dhis2-devs-bounces+williamsryan=
who.int@lists.launchpad.net] *On Behalf Of *Lars Helge Øverland
*Sent:* vendredi 25 juillet 2014 18:01
*To:* DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle
Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron,
Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA)
(CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo;
Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire;
Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo;
sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda
Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin
Winters
*Subject:* [Dhis2-devs] DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

*- Tracker capture app:* We have a completely new app for tracking
persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons.
It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the
person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to
place the information you need where you need it. It currently features
widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary
report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will
eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting
org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the
demo.

Demo Search
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-tracker-capture/index.html#/> | Demo
Dashboard
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-tracker-capture/index.html#/dashboard?tei=J8KD01PshMC&program=ur1Edk5Oe2n>
> Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch29.html>

*- Event visualizer app:* A new app for creating charts based on events.
Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data
visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements.
It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and
group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters.
It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis,
target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as
favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG
images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-event-visualizer/app/index.html?id=WIxuUpm5m4U>
> Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch28.html>

*- Event charts in dashboard:* The charts created in event visualizer can
easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together
with "aggregate" analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field
and look under "event charts", then click add next to each chart. Click on
"Inpatient Morbidity Mortality" dashboard on demo.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-dashboard-integration/index.action>

*- Org unit group sets in event analysis:* The event reports and
visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based
dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across
e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-event-visualizer/app/index.html?id=aH8nJjd4whM>

*- Multiple calendars for data capture:* The system now supports a range
of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO
8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under
Settings > Calendar.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-maintenance-settings/systemCalendarSettings.action>

*- Data synchronization:* You can synchronize data collected in a local
instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful
e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly
offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a
central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings >
Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote
server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set
strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request
every minute.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-maintenance-settings/systemSynchronizationSettings.action> |
Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch22s17.html>

* - Data value audit trail:* Audit trail, i.e. the history of
modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in
order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple
people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing
a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog
and click on Audit trail.

Demo <https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-dataentry/index.action> |
Screenshot <http://folk.uio.no/larshelg/images/audit-trail.png>

*- Totals in validation rules:* You can now insert data element category
option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation
rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on "edit left side"
on the demo.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-validationrule/showAddValidationRuleForm.action>

*- Top menu search:* The top menu now has a search field which you can
use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps
link on the demo.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-dashboard-integration/index.action>

*- Test email settings:* Under Settings > Email there is now a link for
testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the
email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify
your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-maintenance-settings/systemEmailSettings.action>

*- Data visualizer layout:* The layout dialog in visualizer now has the
same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for
series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps
and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click "layout" on the demo.

Demo <https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-visualizer/app/index.html>

*- Color-coded boundaries:* The boundary layer in GIS now features
color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit
levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making
it simple to distinguish them.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-mapping/app/index.html?id=bjaqzAFrDOS>

*- Labels in map favorites:* The label setting is now included in
favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map
layer dialogs, look for the "options" tab. The label font size can also be
controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-mapping/app/index.html?id=RBWOHYjZwxf> |
Screenshot <http://folk.uio.no/larshelg/images/gis-labels.png>

*- Better pivot table dimension selection:* The layout dialog in pivot
table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any
options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see
which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo <https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html>

*- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions:* The download function in
pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy
levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local
excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions.
Make sure you check "show hierarchy" under Options, then go to Download and
look for "plain data source /w hierarchy".

Demo <https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html>

*- Column and row totals:* The pivot table app now has separate options
for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column
totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu
on the demo.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=zJZXVk3TPhT>

*- Min and max aggregation operators:* There are two new aggregation
operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and
will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be
defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current
pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators
are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-pivot/app/index.html?id=oLHFIoASOhr> |
Docs
<https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch04.html#dataElement>

*- Analytics maintenance mode:* Analytics can now be put in maintenance
mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service
unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform
maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can
be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-maintenance-settings/systemGeneralSettings.action>
> Docs
<https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch23.html#systemGeneralSettings>

*- Percentage data element number type:* Data elements now have a new
number type called "percentage", which implies that you can only enter
discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-maintenance-datadictionary/showAddDataElementForm.action>
> Docs
<https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch04.html#dataElement>

*- Data approval:* Approval can now be done for a longer period type than
the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to
approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch06.html>

*- Myanmar font support:* There is now a new style called "Myanmar" which
features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can
be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under
Profile > Settings.

Demo
<https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/dhis-web-maintenance-settings/systemAppearanceSettings.action>

*Various technical stuff:* The custom data entry form editor is upgraded
and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data
entry forms offline. Data value table has a "lastupdated" column. Attribute
option combos are supported in data value import
<https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch32s09.html#d5e8096>.
The category option object is associated with organisation units and
start/end dates.

The *Web API* as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly
for developers / technical people):

*- Tracker meta-data support:* The tracker-related entities, such as
/program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD
operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and
create tracker meta-data.

Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch32s05.html>

*- JSON data value sets:* The data value set generator now supports JSON
response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs
<https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch32s09.html#d5e8206>

*- User account invites:* The user account invitation feature has now
been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can
automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an
excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch32s36.html>

*- Custom script and style:* You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS
files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and
allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms,
HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid
changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization
will be stored in the database.

Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch32s38.html>

*- Event charts:* The event charts (from event visualizer) can be
rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo <https://apps.dhis2.org/demo/api/eventCharts/qd2jBEvoRPx/data.png> |
Docs <https://www.dhis2.org/doc/snapshot/en/user/html/ch32s17.html>

---

You can *download* Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code
here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find *documentation* and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The *demo* application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the *Launchpad* page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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Congrats team, it will only get better.

Do we also have the J2ME for 2.16 for testing yet?

Regards,

Adedayo

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From: Lars Helge Øverland

Sent: Friday, 25 July 2014 17:01

To: DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo; Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin Winters

Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

I mean J2ME for the Tracker Module.

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To: Lars Helge Øverland; DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo; Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin Winters

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

Congrats team, it will only get better.

Do we also have the J2ME for 2.16 for testing yet?

Regards,

Adedayo

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

From: Lars Helge Øverland

Sent: Friday, 25 July 2014 17:01

To: DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo; Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin Winters

Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

great work lars and team.

nice to see more new features and much improvements on the existing.

cheers

Wilfred

···

On 25 Jul 2014 19:01, “Lars Helge Øverland” larshelge@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo | Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

- Data value audit trail: Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo | Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo | Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import. The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo | Docs


You can download Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

You will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

Full list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team


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Hi,

It will be uploaded to the server this week.

Br,

_Andreas_
···

On 28. juli 2014 10:50, Deemoyes wrote:

    I mean J2ME for

the Tracker Module.

    Sent from my BlackBerry

10 smartphone.

From: Deemoyes

Sent: Monday, 28 July 2014 09:49

To: Lars Helge Øverland; DHIS 2 Developers
list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg;
Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul
Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo;
Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey;
Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo;
Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran
Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner;
Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep;
Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica;
Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola;
; Benjamin Winters

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version
2.16 released

      Congrats

team, it will only get better.

      Do

we also have the J2ME for 2.16 for testing yet?

Regards,

Adedayo

      Sent from my

BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

From: Lars Helge Øverland

Sent: Friday, 25 July 2014 17:01

To: DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users
list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya;
Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron,
Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale,
Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey;
Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo;
Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran
Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl
Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo;
sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie;
Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul
Amendola; ; Benjamin Winters

Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16
released

Hi all,

          DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new

features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new
app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets
you register and search persons. It features a dashboard
which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is
customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy
to place the information you need where you need it. It
currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data
capture through stages, summary report, relationships,
notes and current selections. This app will eventually
replace the individual records module. Check it out by
selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy
and the TB program on the demo.

Demo
Search
| Demo
Dashboard
| Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating
charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports.
It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations
based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements.
It lets you analyze events based on time periods,
organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension
as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range
of options for controlling the range and domain axis,
target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can
save your charts as favorites and share them with others.
Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents.
Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo
| Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created
in event visualizer can easily be included in the
dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with
“aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard
search field and look under “event charts”, then click add
next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity
Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The
event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of
organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means
that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g.
facility types and ownership without going through
aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The
system now supports a range of calendars for data capture,
including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian,
Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under
Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data
collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another,
remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a
scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed
partly offline in the field and want them to automatically
submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To
enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and
enter the URL, username and password of the remote server.
Second, go to Data administration > Data
synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system
will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo |
Docs

**
- Data value audit trail:** Audit trail, i.e. the
history of modifications happened to a data value, is
now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of
changes and manage changes in cases where multiple
people are working on the same data. Check it out in
data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in
the input cell to open the history dialog and click on
Audit trail.

Demo |
Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert
data element category option totals directly in validation
rules. This should make the validation rule expression
less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left
side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search
field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you
are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email
there is now a link for testing your email settings by
having the system send a test email to the email
associated with your account. This will make it more easy
to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP
setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in
visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and
event reports app, with three screens for series, category
and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps
and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout”
on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in
GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that
when combining multiple org unit levels in the same
boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making
it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is
now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has
been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for
the “options” tab. The label font size can also be
controlled by using the font selector next to the label
option.

Demo |
Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The
layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the
dimensions for which you have selected any options instead
of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see
which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The
download function in pivot table app now supports
downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as
separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to
create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit
levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show
hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for
“plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now
has separate options for column totals and row totals,
meaning you can specify only column totals, only row
totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu
on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are
two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These
can be defined per data element and will be used
automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be
defined in pivot table under options in order to override
for the current pivot table by going to options >
aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to
identify extreme values.

Demo |
Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now
be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests
will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful
in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a
live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can
be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo
| Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data
elements now have a new number type called “percentage”,
which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers
between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo
| Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for
a longer period type than the reporting period type for
the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple
form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style
called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed
for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for
the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user
under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry
form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry
has much more capacity for storing data entry forms
offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column.
Attribute option combos are supported in data value import .
The category option object is associated with organisation
units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements
(this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related
entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now
supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means
that you can develop clients that can read and create
tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set
generator now supports JSON response format, making it
simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account
invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This
makes it possible to create scripts that can automate
sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g.
off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload
custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These
will be rendered through the application and allows you to
customize the look and feel of the custom data entry
forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The
advantage is that you avoid changing the system source
code or custom deployments, as the customization will be
stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event
visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the
/eventCharts resource.

Demo
| Docs


            You

can download Live package, WAR file, sample data
and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

            You

will find documentation and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application
can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

            Full

list of features can be found at the Launchpad page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2
development team

_______________________________________________
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HISP/DHIS2, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
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Congrat Team!

···

2014-07-29 13:52 GMT+01:00 Peder Andreas Nergaard andreasn@ifi.uio.no:

Hi,

It will be uploaded to the server this week.



Br,



_Andreas_

On 28. juli 2014 10:50, Deemoyes wrote:

    I mean J2ME for the Tracker Module.
    Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

From: Deemoyes

Sent: Monday, 28 July 2014 09:49

To: Lars Helge Øverland; DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo; Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin Winters

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

      Congrats team, it will only get better.
      Do we also have the J2ME for 2.16 for testing yet?

Regards,

Adedayo

      Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

From: Lars Helge Øverland

Sent: Friday, 25 July 2014 17:01

To: DHIS 2 Developers list; DHIS 2 Users list; Vincent Shaw; Calle Hedberg; Ayub Manya; Martin Osumba; Schaefer, Petra; Paul Bouey; Gehron, Michael M; Tyler R Smith; Jorge Queipo; Bale, Jeffrey M. (CDC/CGH/DGHA) (CTR); Denis Adaletey; Austen Peter Davis; Lene Jeanette Lothe; Egwuma Efo; Lakshmi Balachandran; Gaurav Bhattacharya; Kiran Prakash; Megan McGuire; Carme BARALDES; Carl Leitner; Jaco Venter; Chris Seebregts; Chris Moyo; sundeep; Jørn Braa; Pascal Brandt; Carl Fourie; Amuha, Monica; Linda Fogarty; Ellen Brazier; Paul Amendola; Ernest.Ostro@rescue.org; Benjamin Winters

Subject: [Dhis2-users] DHIS version 2.16 released

Hi all,

          DHIS version 2.16 is out and we have some great new features:

- Tracker capture app: We have a completely new app for tracking persons and other entities. This app lets you register and search persons. It features a dashboard which gives you the complete overview of the person. It is customizable and designed around widgets, making it easy to place the information you need where you need it. It currently features widgets for enrollment, profile, data capture through stages, summary report, relationships, notes and current selections. This app will eventually replace the individual records module. Check it out by selecting org units at the lowest level in the hierarchy and the TB program on the demo.

Demo Search | Demo Dashboard | Docs

- Event visualizer app: A new app for creating charts based on events. Works similarly to event reports. It lets you create aggregated event data visualizations based on flexible queries on attributes and data elements. It lets you analyze events based on time periods, organisation units and group sets, and place any dimension as chart series, category and filters. It supports a range of options for controlling the range and domain axis, target and base lines, labels and chart title. You can save your charts as favorites and share them with others. Charts can be downloaded as PNG images and PDF documents. Check out the favorites on the demo.

Demo
| Docs

- Event charts in dashboard: The charts created in event visualizer can easily be included in the dashboard, as a separate dashboard or together with “aggregate” analysis. Simply search from the dashboard search field and look under “event charts”, then click add next to each chart. Click on “Inpatient Morbidity Mortality” dashboard on demo.

Demo

- Org unit group sets in event analysis: The event reports and visualizer apps now enables analysis of organisation unit group set based dimensions. This means that you can easily create analysis of events across e.g. facility types and ownership without going through aggregation queries.

Demo

- Multiple calendars for data capture: The system now supports a range of calendars for data capture, including Ethiopian, Gregorian, Islamic, ISO 8601, Julian, Nepali, Thai. You can set which calendar to use under Settings > Calendar.

Demo

- Data synchronization: You can synchronize data collected in a local instance of DHIS 2 with another, remote instance of DHIS 2. This is useful e.g. in a scenario where you have multiple DHIS 2 instances deployed partly offline in the field and want them to automatically submit data to a central, online instance of DHIS 2. To enable sync first go Settings > Synchronization and enter the URL, username and password of the remote server. Second, go to Data administration > Data synchronization and set strategy to enabled. The system will attempt a synchronization request every minute.

Demo | Docs

**
- Data value audit trail:** Audit trail, i.e. the history of modifications happened to a data value, is now supported. This is useful in order to keep track of changes and manage changes in cases where multiple people are working on the same data. Check it out in data entry by editing a field a few times, clicking in the input cell to open the history dialog and click on Audit trail.

Demo | Screenshot

- Totals in validation rules: You can now insert data element category option totals directly in validation rules. This should make the validation rule expression less verbose and more manageable. Click on “edit left side” on the demo.

Demo

- Top menu search: The top menu now has a search field which you can use to more quickly find the apps you are searching for. Hover the apps link on the demo.

Demo

- Test email settings: Under Settings > Email there is now a link for testing your email settings by having the system send a test email to the email associated with your account. This will make it more easy to verify your settings and discover issues with the SMTP setup.

Demo

- Data visualizer layout: The layout dialog in visualizer now has the same design as pivot table and event reports app, with three screens for series, category and filter. This is done to harmonize all analysis apps and make it simper to set multiple filters. Click “layout” on the demo.

Demo

- Color-coded boundaries: The boundary layer in GIS now features color-coded boundaries. This means that when combining multiple org unit levels in the same boundary map, each layer will have its own color, making it simple to distinguish them.

Demo

- Labels in map favorites: The label setting is now included in favorites in GIS. The label setting has been moved into the various map layer dialogs, look for the “options” tab. The label font size can also be controlled by using the font selector next to the label option.

Demo | Screenshot

- Better pivot table dimension selection: The layout dialog in pivot table app now only shows the dimensions for which you have selected any options instead of just all dimensions. This should make it simpler to see which dimensions have selections when creating pivots.

Demo

- Hierarchy download as separate dimensions: The download function in pivot table app now supports downloading the organisation unit hierarchy levels as separate dimensions. This is useful when you want to create local excel pivot tables and have the org unit levels as separate dimensions. Make sure you check “show hierarchy” under Options, then go to Download and look for “plain data source /w hierarchy”.

Demo

- Column and row totals: The pivot table app now has separate options for column totals and row totals, meaning you can specify only column totals, only row totals or both for a pivot. Click on options in top menu on the demo.

Demo

- Min and max aggregation operators: There are two new aggregation operators for max and min value. These can be defined per data element and will be used automatically in pivots. Aggregation operators can also be defined in pivot table under options in order to override for the current pivot table by going to options > aggregation type. Min and max operators are useful to identify extreme values.

Demo | Docs

- Analytics maintenance mode: Analytics can now be put in maintenance mode. This implies that all requests will simply return 503 service unavailable, and is useful in the cases where you need to perform maintenance on a live server, such as rebuilding analytics indexes. It can be enabled under Settings > General.

Demo
| Docs

- Percentage data element number type: Data elements now have a new number type called “percentage”, which implies that you can only enter discrete numbers between 0 and 100 in data entry.

Demo
| Docs

- Data approval: Approval can now be done for a longer period type than the reporting period type for the data set. This makes it simpler to approve multiple form submissions at the time.

Docs

- Myanmar font support: There is now a new style called “Myanmar” which features the Padauk font designed for the Myanmar character set. Style can be defined for the system under Settings > Appearance, and per user under Profile > Settings.

Demo

Various technical stuff: The custom data entry form editor is upgraded and is easier to use. Data entry has much more capacity for storing data entry forms offline. Data value table has a “lastupdated” column. Attribute option combos are supported in data value import . The category option object is associated with organisation units and start/end dates.

The Web API as received a range of improvements (this part is mainly for developers / technical people):

- Tracker meta-data support: The tracker-related entities, such as /program and /programStages, are now supported in the Web API with CRUD operations. This means that you can develop clients that can read and create tracker meta-data.

Docs

- JSON data value sets: The data value set generator now supports JSON response format, making it simple to create templates used for data import.

Docs

- User account invites: The user account invitation feature has now been exposed in the API. This makes it possible to create scripts that can automate sending out invitations to a large number of users e.g. off an excel sheet - useful when bootstrapping systems.

Docs

- Custom script and style: You can now upload custom Javascript and CSS files through the API. These will be rendered through the application and allows you to customize the look and feel of the custom data entry forms, HTML reports and the system in general. The advantage is that you avoid changing the system source code or custom deployments, as the customization will be stored in the database.

Docs

- Event charts: The event charts (from event visualizer) can be rendered in PNG image format from the /eventCharts resource.

Demo
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            You can **download**                 Live package, WAR file, sample data and source code here:

http://www.dhis2.org/downloads

            You will find **documentation** and javadocs here:

http://www.dhis2.org/documentation

The demo application can be found here:

http://apps.dhis2.org/demo

            Full list of features can be found at the **Launchpad** page:

https://launchpad.net/dhis2/+milestone/2.16

Enjoy the new features. Feedback is much appreciated.

best regards,

the DHIS 2 development team

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