New app - League tables

Dear list,

a new app for DHIS2, League Tables, is available here:

League Tables is a web-application customized to create, edit and view league tables. It's strictly an analytic tool generating output data, from DHIS2. League tables allow you to rank any organizational units against a set of indicators you choose. Different weight towards the total can be given to the individual indicators selected.

Go to the link for more information, screenshots, downloadable .zip, and code.

The app is also availble on the demo server here:
https://play.dhis2.org/demo/api/apps/leagueTableApp/index.html#/tables

It has been piloted in Malawi, and we are grateful for any additional feedback for further improvements. It will be available in DHIS2 app store soon. The app was developed by Kristoffer Adam Tronerud and Martin Theodor Vasbotten.

Regards,
Kristoffer, Martin, and Johan

Dear list,

We would be interested to hear if anyone has looked at or used the league table app yet. The developers are finishing their Masters thesis these days, and would appreciate any feedback that they could incorporate in their discussions or plans for future development.

Thanks,
Johan

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On 31.03.2016 16:10, Johan Ivar Sæbø wrote:

Dear list,

a new app for DHIS2, League Tables, is available here:
https://bitbucket.org/tronerud/league-table-application

League Tables is a web-application customized to create, edit and view
league tables. It's strictly an analytic tool generating output data,
from DHIS2. League tables allow you to rank any organizational units
against a set of indicators you choose. Different weight towards the
total can be given to the individual indicators selected.

Go to the link for more information, screenshots, downloadable .zip, and
code.

The app is also availble on the demo server here:
https://play.dhis2.org/demo/api/apps/leagueTableApp/index.html#/tables

It has been piloted in Malawi, and we are grateful for any additional
feedback for further improvements. It will be available in DHIS2 app
store soon. The app was developed by Kristoffer Adam Tronerud and Martin
Theodor Vasbotten.

Regards,
Kristoffer, Martin, and Johan