In the Analytics Builder, you can analyze data stored via the process of "completing an app."

However, you may need to analyze data from multiple apps in one place. 

For example, you may want to track common types of defects across 10 separate apps in an assembly process. This means that you will want to add 10 apps to one Analysis.

Here's how to analyze this data in one place.

Setting Up Apps For Analysis

Before using the Analytics Builder, you must make sure that your data is structured correctly.

Let's continue using the example of tracking defects across 10 apps. If you want to analyze all defects at once, you must ensure that each one is stored in a variable with the same name.

This variable might be called defect_type in all 10 apps.

Also, if you are analyzing a single field from a Table Record across multiple apps, like a work order ID, ensure that all record placeholders have the same name, like Active Work Order.

If you are analyzing cycle time data, you will not need to do this, since this data is stored by default with every app completion.

Setting Up Your Analysis

Choose any template for your analysis. Then, after you enter the Analytics Builder, select the "Apps" tab in the top left of the Context Pane:

Then, from the resulting menu, click each app that you would like to include. In this screenshot, two apps are included:

After that, select the appropriate variables, table records of default data that you would like to analyze across the selected apps.

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